Indian River advocate
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00097
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00097
 Related Items
Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

Full Text
.- '-'".'' . ,' r", .' ,. :;7

eg ;I

N, "


4- '4.1;

+ .
-. ,'.,.'.,",.. \ '
I '
:s if '

f ,. 1''

oS 5 rN ,

) I
eiIPrice :
:= S ,


F: ':

E ._ '

.... e. 'I'od ;

...s ,
t --2 o-.r- I' : .+. t .


1. 15.' DSTo. 6. TITUSVILLE 1.89tr.' x
> FRIDAY, SEPT N4, 5c. I


[OCAL NEWS Trunks, mattinsa shoes Gardner A W. FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles and Sundries MONDAY NIGHTS .BTOKM. foundation. Guts, the German baker, DAYTONA'S, SUNDAY'' J2XCUKSION. :- 4
send to F. W. BKKKS, St."Augustine
wh M> shop was near the railroad station, )
Topic of General Interest.and -Mr. T:Grotjan Ronald, one of Lotus' Fla. Little or No Damage Done atTitusville bad: an experience: that he says he will .
-. popular young men, Is spending a day or never forgot Ills steeping room was -' ,U

Gctaeral Oosulp In connection;i so in town. SCHOOL Slates, pencils, bags, and pads nut ;Much Havoc over his shop and the whole structure Tbe Florida East Coast Railway eseurslon >

lUoarne Bay. Lake Worth Indian, -Mr. C..T. McCarty came up to town ink, pen Gardner A Walker. Created at Cocoa. was blown to pieces He, lying on the from Fort Pierce and Intermediate '
?a and Halifax Rivers He? West from' Ankona yesterday, to remain for a ttoor, was can led about) fifty feet and points to Daytona, last !Sunday: was .
I other Important Points alone the ; couple of days. -The of the Presbyterian What piled up against .a pine tree along with a. attended by quite a large number ofTltusvllUanti
pastor ear Correspondents have to Say
[count of Florida. Brief mention of -The Froabel kindergarten and prim. church will preach next Sabbath:! evenIng lot of debris from his shop lIe cried 180 tickets being sold from '
tine Events from Various Parte ary school will re-open in Titusvllle on on "Jewels." While traveling. In Attaint It. I forhelo and was extricated by the crew this place on that day; while altogether, I
ri World .About People Ton Know Monday next: the 27th Init. I the Old World he bad the privilege of A severe equinoctial gale visited the of the freight train which was at the we are informed 8JI1: people boarded the '::
I station. Guts Is confined to bra bed by oars before the journey's" end war ,
people. Ton Don't Know- Picked seeing tbe most Important of the crown Indian River section Monday night and I
Our Society Editor and a large staff -Rev. E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, will jewels of nations. These he carried more or loss destruction In Us thought which, however, are not reached. Seats were at a premium after :
J pondents scattered alone tb.Co..t hold divine Service in St.'Gabriel's Epis- will describe.many great track, though as far as our own ImmedIate to be serious. J. 0. Shaw, a I the train left Tltn.vll1o.eyeo ladies and "..
of Florida., copal Church Titusvllle, on Sunday next, neighborhood waa concerned, BO contractor was damaged considerably children' being forced to put up with
the 26th last., at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. -Station Agent/ F. 6.. Williams aftera particular datimge was done. Outside also his house was almost wrecked and very close quarters, owing to the 1m-

Mesdames W. N. Hendry'sand A. D. very pleasant vacation of about three town however,, many truck gardens every piece of crockery ,and glass was mouse crowd on board; and. although
Penney entertained several of the school weeks visiting Washington D. C, Altoona were completely submerged ,and the In the house was broken. It. J. Peck's two; extra couches, were atlaehwtl to the" \
teachers Wednesday and Pa., and other places, passed seed that had been planted for'R winter workshop and boat house Is entirely train: at New.Smyrna: they were easily 'w.
\ other amusements, night, games the time through here Saturday last, en route to crop of vegetables washed away; whileat wrecked. No damage has. been ,done out- filled with the people from that town. 4
E. \ pleasantly.Mr. whiling away Eden, where he stayed until the follow. some places the new growth on orange side of the town. ,O. K. Wood Is the At some places many would-be excursionist '
very ing Monday. Mr. Williams has now resumed and other trees was somewhat hurt. The ; heaviest loser, as his building not were loft behind from one cause
.Jno. McDonald, one of the ADVOCATE'8 his the Titus- but his stock of and another but fault the
duties as agent.in chief sufferers seem"to have been the I only utterly destroyed, through no of ,
ro te valued lodianola subscribers, ville depot, where he can be found as railroads, the heavy. rains which fell during furniture Is badly damaged lie has railroad oomsrany. Fortunately the distance ..
came up to town Thursday, by the St. obliging; and genial aa of yore. He will the storm having caused Innumerable I been In> ew York on a visit for several from Titusvllle to Daytona Is" note, ,\
.. Augustine returning home the same continue the work of Improving tIle washouts which Interfered with traffic weeks and Gus Johnson, .who attends to very gr6atand as the train made. good\ ;
day. We acknowledge a pleasant call. grounds surrounding the depot and will to such an extent that no trains or mall I his affairs during, his absence has a gang time considering\ the vast human freight

-Mlsa Ida R. Bates arrived here on soon have erected a wire fence to inclose (and then only a small portion of the of men taking the furniture from the carried the Inconvenience of standing \ ;
rraIT the belated train, Wednesday night. from the lot on the west side that has been latter) were able to reach here from the wreckage\ to the residence of Mr. Wood. up in .a moving oar did not last .a great .,W

Shlpman,111., where she has been duringthe planted with St. Lucie grass for a lawn. north over cither the F.;' E. C. or J., T, It Is a difficult matter to estimate the while. Notwithstanding the many people \ :
summer months Miss!, Bates will as Shell walks will be laid out, and when A K., W. lines, until late Wednesday loss occasioned by the storm. Woods, on board a. more orderly state of ''Ii"
the of set out to Shaw and Guts are the heaviest! losers things could hardly be f fniaglned while .
usual, have charge of the kindergarten row palmettoes are night; trains, however have been running ; }4
? department of the Titusville public form the background, the lot will rank between this place and Miami, the and so far as can be learned here no Insurance genial Conductor II. E. Bughes did everything
e among the prettiest on the East Coast damage to this road being mainly be- against a loss of ,this nature. In his power for the comfort of ,(;
QCATf school.A, Line. tween Titusvllle and Oak Hill. Considerable uneasiness Is felt concerning Ills passengers, and It Is neodleis to say 4' ,'i :\'
F' letter from Editor Chas. II. A' considerable number of fishermen \Vm. son, Walter that as on former occasions, be succeeded u,.t
Walton who Is at present in New York Among the excursionists to Daytonafrom employ
were Out with their boats when the gale fishermen. In the of G. U. C, admirably. There WM no doubt \.'des
with Mr. and :Mrs. J. O. Walton Titusville, last Sunday we noticed
says struck them In all Its' fury; some took Collins. They went out as usual Monday about It being a very trying day for Mr. i!
1ToOb that It la rather cold there, and that on Mrs. A.. A. Stewart:! and family; i "
afternoon going down the river. but he 'and than
refuge In Alligator; Creek and spent the Utigboe, was quite more ;IJti
R. Wilson and
B. Mesdames
foil. It Is Mrs. family -
t' Sunday snow very pleasantand ; night on the river, while others headed They did not return Tuesday, but no tin equal to the services expected of him.r
cool Indian River at but M. E. Gruber Jan. Pritchard, II. '
present, for home under bare poles and beyond easiness was felt al it was thought that The train from Jacksonville and other ,
do not anticipate snow In the W. Reynolds F. A. Lesley, It. T. Titus; ; .
we any the loss of three fish-nets no casualties they would stay out and bring In catch points north of Daytona along the East ti
and Mrs. A. T. Feaster and
.near future. Capt.: occurred, though John Lewis was swept of tlsh Wednesday morning. As vet nothing Coast Line brought a great many peole f.;
fail to read"our Inside- -Two notices, calling for the town election family Mr. Mrs.Motlow II. B. Ranloml out of bis boat by a wave which at the has boon hoard of them end Mr. Collins '> and It Is safe to any, we believe that "
(ever pages. Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
vlll find to Inly on Monday, Oct. 26th, will be G. same time overturned tbe craft. lie says that If they du not report by Daytona has never been pleased with '. .y, ';1
something and
always found in this issue of the ADVOCATE:, Mrs II. II. Dickey, Mr. Mrs. II. spent the night on the keel of bis boat noon to-day (Wednesday) be will start such an Influx of visitors inside her hospitable 4to''
ou. t that on the 4th page being the correct Fulke Mr. and Mrs. C. )0'. Williams Mr. drifting about the river, and reached boats out to search for them.CODUTENAY. gates as that of last /Sunday.! Not :.t"

Ir. J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa has beenn one.. Some alteration was necessary In and Mrs. Roswell Colemanj Woodward the 'Misses shore at dawn on Tuesday morning a drop of rain fell to mar the pleasure of "r1
several days this week. the notice on the 2nd page, but It was Aline Egger; Mildred Daisy about five miles south of this place. the day\ which was Ideal in all respects, ;.,i"

Irs. c! T. McCarty. ,' of Aokona, Is brought Into our office after our inside Skill Messrs.DosU Carl. Swain O. Curtlos; Capt., O.Joe A.Smith Stewart, and As far" we can learn, the greatestdamage A cyclone struck here last Monday and enabled the cyclists, who had comeenmosae !',I;
pages had gone to press.. along the southern East Coast night. It tore down Col. Titan's boathouse ,to enjoy the superb wheeling
this week the teachers'te.
attending P. E.Puokett .
u John C. Jones W. E. Youngs
-The many I friends of Dr. M. Sou- D..B. Prltchart, A P. and E. was at COCOA," where the gale seems to ; but very little damage. was doneto that Daytona Ill environs and beach \.jj;
vlelle, who baa a winter home at St. D. W. E. Goldsmith have developed Into a hurricane for the orange groves. afford and others to go driving along
apt. Joe Smith went to Jackson- Nicholas, will be pleased to know that Gruber S.Walsh Geiger S. Perkins E. Vanlan-, about ten or fifteen minutes, In which EAU 0ALL1E. the beautiful shaded avenues of magnificent ,""J
lie first of the week on a visit to Maurice houses lIshedtor oaks and other tropical foliage also ,;.
the Standard several d"l\UIl-
he has successfully orgalzed short period wore
dinghara, F. Davis C. D. Case and P. G. Monday night's gale wbloli Is reported .....
ally.hie l .. Aluminum Reduction Company, with a suffered more,or loss severe the fine stretch of beach inhaling at tin ,
Walton. to have done so much damage north time the pleasant Invigorating\ /l
stock of and has
capital $8,000,000 general Injury. St. Augustine quire a number
of cricket to have _
game seems of hero did little or no damage In this
{ at offices In St. Louis. Dr. Souviello whoIs of casualties to property to record boats \ ozone of Old Ocean. Many: took ad'J
Ormond-by-the Tournament.
quite vicinity. Sail and launches; had '
of the occasion to indulge a
general manager of the company la Gun though none of them are of .a particularly vantage
ently. taken refuge In Kan Gallle river which
surf-batb while the open.alr oon
cooling ,
largely interested In various mining operations 'serious nature, except: the new
( D. G. and family Is a safe harbor at all times. The cert given by the Jocksonvillo band,
r. Cary-Elwes in this country.Rev. Bishop building part of which will ,
ando are staying In New Smyrna The first autumn tournament of the steamer Courtenay sought shelter there just opposite the Halifax River Yacht
have to be reb II lit. It would seem,
{while. E. V. Blackman who is now Titusvllle Gun Club was held yesterday that this gale In Tuesday morning 4j remaining until Club house was a pleasant feature of
therefore one
with the F. E. C. morning with the following results: exeunt when she left
connected R'y. Co., localities amounted to little Wednesday morning, on the day to all lovers of good music. ;
B. Raulerson Fort Pierce two more
was was a passenger on Tuesday's north- First event: 10 birds,8 entries winners: her regular run to Cocoa.'. The steamer Everything considered the day passedas
n.the first of the week attending. bound train from Miami, en route to W. B. Waddell and J. P. Brown divided than a very heavy wind, accompanied bya St. Augustine was "anchored, off: Eau serenely and well as,one could hop
of rain and. far have
i business Interests. Jacksonville but was forced to stay here let prize, $:J,20.D.; II. Pritchard and L. deluge ascertain; as as unattendedwith we Gsllle river for throe hours Monday for being devoid of all unpleasantness,
been able to. was
r. II. M. Papworth/ of Sanford' until Wednesday, owing to the washouton A. Brady divided 2nd prize, f 1.02; A. T. serious Injury, to or loss night, before deeming It prudent to continue as ;jar M we could see, and being spent by "r
kinent business and society men, the above railroad company's track Feaster 3rd prize $1.28. any persons her passage south., The capsizing excursionists'In'' a manner that would d
[registered at Hotel Coquina, Or- north of us, due to the heavy rains of Second event: 15 birds, I 9 entries winners of life. from_ Tampa_ state, ,that.. Willie of one sailboat at anchor was the only do credit! to any Sunday-observing townor M
V, this week., last Monday. We acknowledge a pleas :J. P. Brown let $0.90; W. B. Waddell Reports did little In that casualty reported. locality. ('
ant call from Mn Blaokman.We 2nd $$4.14: R. R. Taylor 3rd, 270.' the storm damage city ,.. -.--.. .-. ....-- -
of Port Taro -
Auditor W. H. Chambers, of the F. Third event: 10 birds, 8 entries winners neighboring town SKWALM POIHT. *
i R'y., left St. Augustine, the firste ,- learn that Mr. J. O. Bast Js baring : R. R. Taylor 1st $4.20;J. P. brown suffered to some extent as regards the The steamer St. Augustine arrived at A Fine Hotel for Sale. '1" $
week, for.Washington I Baltimore a pleasant time at Eden, visiting 2nd, $:1.62; W. B. Waddell 3rd, $1.68. shipping one or two more or lens serious her destination on the bt. Lucle river on -
ther northern cities on a pleasure pineapple plantations," Interviewing the Fourth event: 10 birds, entries, winners casualties having occurred among the Tuesday foucjiours behind her sobed-: Owner wishing to retire,' will sell the
growers sailing and fishing being his I : Waddell and Feaster, divided 1st, steamships and other craft moored at mile tlm. Capt. llule-reported the delay oldest and best known transient and

01. J. A. McDonald, of the wean present occupations Col. W. G. Winana : $'.00; Taylor 2nd, $2.1)4; Pritchard 3rd, her docks. :Inost caused by their being obliged to' anchor family hotel In Asbevllle N. C. Small? la
firm of contractors, :McGuire and he took short cruise In CommodoreE. $1.96. A very heavy rainfall In oases In the mouth of the Banana river etch payment. Central location and t. ,

Donald, Miami, spent from Satur- E. Peabody's yacht to the Gilbert's I Fifth event: 7 birds 0 entries winners: altogether unprecedented Is reported on Monday night, to escape tbe severityof valuable frontage., Apply to rf,
antll Monday at St. Augustine and Bar clubhouse and to points on the Brady lat, $2.68; ,Waddell J 2nd, $1.64; from almost every locality' over which the storm that raged along the upper I,,LOCK Box eon, -i
onville, on business matters Santa Lucia river, this week, Inspecting fl'easteI"3rd, 103. the storm passed though few suffered part of the Indian Ulver. The wind was Asbevllle N. C. rO,
the clubhouse and paling their respectsto Want of space prevents us giving .. much hurt from the velocity of tbe wind. not severe In this section, and no damagewas ';,<';
Ir. and Mrs G. F. Duren who have
full an account as we would have COCOA. A Hargftln. .
|sojourning for ...eralweekl at the .
de Inn, Seabreeze, returned to town I' and entertains his passengerswith visited by a terrific storm of wind and Appointment of llrevurd'" 120 acres of fine vegetable land. Situ- \
'L day benefited, a very pleasant stay "startling" stories", and It Is worth Band rain. It had been raining since early In ated on life peninsula near the Narrows, ,,* .,-j I
In health by the change. I a round trip on this fine boat to bear him The Concert. the evening and tbe wind bad been prettyhlgb. School Teacher. frontage on tba Indian River and the ..t.'

he Brevard county school teachers describe the manner in which the steward but no one expected a genuine -' ocean. ,$2XX( ) refused for It four year ;,
give an entertainment at the Opera i i supplies the table with pompano. The Indian River Band gave one of cyclone, but that Is Just what we had, The following are the' names of the ago. Will be sold for $700 to close es- iI'Jf'ate. ,;
lie, Titusvllle, to-night (Friday)), a These stories are all true too, because their enjoyable open-air concerts last and It left Its mark. Your correspondent teachers and their appointments In the Address, S. I. M., of!
interesting programme, consisting they are verified by Purser,'C. R. Gail- Friday night this being the first: time bad been awakened,some time before by Brevard county public schools for theterm APVOCATM office. J{.
ongs, recitations, readings, etc., lard, who they claim Is a Sunday school they have performed publicly since July the wind and rain which was,then coming which commences on Monday next,
ng been arranged for the occasion. man. The description of the hole left 6tb. That they have not been idle during from' the north.' The roaring of the the 27th lust r Launch for Sale. it t\\
lesion free./ In the water by the catching of a sharkat the Intervening time In the matter of storm like the dlstantrumbllng a railroad No. 1. laOmnlrGeo. W. Eatherly.
Jupiter Inlet, and the time It took to practices was fully evinced by the very train could be beard several min 2. TltusvlUe\ -Miss 8. F. Drown, launch4'Wblstlo;'
Mrs. Gauldentwo fine cabin Wing
Stevens Mrs D. L. The
Mrs A. W. !Sweet! and Miss IdaR. Bates
wonderful. Bravo marked Improvement In the harmony utes before the shock was felt when
la Capt. ,
is and allfurnished
children at home In up Is for sale, cheap. She new
are again F.
I I'ulnt-Iaura
sville after of bas a formidable rival in Capt. Bule.Capt. and in the music generally.,. The pro- all at once It seemed as If all the forcesof 8. City Sharp. length 30 feet, beam-U foot, u,
a pleasant stay ale 4. : IlenU. ; "
of weeks In Daytona. CoL Gaul- Jas. Pritchard, with his customary : gramme consisted of eight: pieces open- the air were engaged In some mighty ", 6. Eau Oaiule-E. Emma Dart head room 6 feet 3 Inches; draws 28 Inches 1
the march
popular writhing
"flandictip" twistingand
who went up to the "city-by.the. readiness to step Into a breach at which was followed by a serenade, the struggle screaming as If In dollance or exultation 8. Fort Pierce-J. W. llodga. ; has kitchen and water closet, and
'last Sunday, came back wiSh them whatever Inconvenience to himself, has beautiful crescendo and diminuendo effects as the crash of falling trees, the 8. Mlms-Vasbl* Bvllenfaute. cockpit forward and aft; has he no machin ,
because wants
'allowing day. consented to become .active memberof 0. It.amlt-Kltty Martin cry' Owner selling ft
of which were rendered with surprising smashing of windows and the creaking
Indian River Band, and will here. .' IV. Shllob Mrs. Lillian Britton. larger boat. Launch can be seen, a*
the -
The Brownrigg Brothers and their nicety; then followed a medleyof and straining/ of every timber In the Tltua lIIe.
Nelson's boatyard
omen friends, of Orlando who are after play the snare drum-at any rate, popular songs, beginning with tbe house, too clearly Indicated the destruction 12. Melbourne-Sue Hopkins. Peter fa
eating at Seabreeze this month, until someone Is found to fill the place. "Sunshine of Paradise Alley" and closing that was going on. It came from 1.1.. Lotus-Annie*Taylor. +
i challenged a party of their English Capt. Pritchard says be has not manipulated with Casey's noted watts with the the south-went; In a few minutes It was 16. Fort Drum-Vlrglo Wigfield. Rare Chnnce.

ids, staying at the Coquina hotel, the drumsticks for thirty years, strawberry' blonde while the band playedon gone, careering madly toward the north 14. C-urtenaJ-Vraocell Sinclair. '
I I'! ..
load but from the-specimen of his ability we followed Pettee's have 17. Indlanola-Geo. W, Sohuyler. For sale, on Rldgewood avenue, Daytona
to a game of cricket, to be ; this was by stirring east. It seemed to no special coarse,
od on Seabreeze beach, this week. were favored with last Friday night, his march, "Falisto." The audience were though Its general direction was from ". IK. Bay View-A. E. Sam.' a very' nice residence and Improved '
hand does not seem to have lost Its conning then recalled to the scenes of tbe World's southwest to northeast. Some places hi.( Eden-Posey Taylor. lot, In a desirable location. House S-
Lout Saturday's Washington Post to any appreciable extent.: The Fair by the successful rendition of tbe seemingly right In the track of the storm .. W. Malabar-D. Maria Uassler. now rented, and pay. ten per cent- net.
V "Charles H. Walton, editor and Captain has ordered a fine new drum, "Streets of Cairo," the next piece on the showed no signs whatever of anything 21. Sebastian-D. V. Uardesty. ,This is worth your attention.Address r
prietor of the IBTDIAW RIVER Aovo- which Is expected to arrive In a f.w days programme being waltz medley, "She unusual In way of wind, while others far 'it. Cocoa-Alice Browning "C. U. W.,"

|Jt, and vice-president of the Dally _To those who are interested In the nay have seen better days," which In out of Its general court were utterly de 23. Orsngedale ADVOCATE office, r
Itonlan Publishing Company; Florida, social questions of tbe day "Essays on turn was followed' by an arrangement of molished. O. K. Wood's furniture establishment II :31. Arteala-C. R. Sams.. TltusvtUn, FU.
Vmpanled by Capt. J. O. Walton, Social Topics," by Lady Cook net Tennessee that well-known and amusing ditty "Ob I at the end of his wharf and 2V. Hprnce Bluff- '
f and boy. of Titusvllle, Fla., are In Claflin), England, a cop J of which Uncle John." The concert was then In the extreme eastern part of the town, If 30. Georglana-Lslla D. Anthony. To Exchange.
[city for a day or so en route to Newk II 31. HartUnd-WII1I* If. Otwell.3J. .
J work has recently been received at the brought to a close by the strains was completely wrecked; four men were -
i two and the White Mountains", N. H., ADVOCATB office, will be found enjoyable of "Dixie," In which the mastery manipulation In the upper story of this building asleep II ., St. Lucl*-Mary DeBogory. Fine, new, two-story dwelling 7 roomer'
months' pleasure trip. reading. ,The essays cover almost of tbe snare drum by Capt. at the time, and to look at the wreck 33. Midway-Benson 0. Snit fitted with water and gas throughout .
conceivable topic, each subject J..... PrItchard was ..peclallYllOticeable. It would seem Impossible for them to 31. Tropic-Stella Mlms and bath room; situated on the corner ,
Bone Wanted. every being handled with refreshing candor, Tb. thank of the pabllo are certainly have escaped death or serious M. Bovine-L. B. Baker. of First Street and French avenue, Sanford -
and an evident determination to call a doe to Mrs. C. F. Williams, who has th.yall cams out without:Injury, barring M. Huntervtll*-Klttr Martlo. Fla., on two lots surrounded byeIron .
ate your bones and send them to the spade a spade. 'W* publish on our 2nd always taken so much Interest In the. a few, bru...... One of these men did not :3D. Jensen-Lucy P. Moore. feno sulphur and city water
kionvill Fertilizer Co., South Jack- an essay by the same authoress on welfare of the band, and who la now awake until he and his cot were tumbled "41. Whit City-Clara Sogaard. Would excbang. for home and land on 1?,
vllle, Fla. Will pay cash forthem. page the "Churches as Educators," a perusal playing solo cornet Leader Youngs havIng unto the river. A part: of tbe tin roof 43. Grant Mary A. Bnrtus. Indian River, equivalent 1000.: IP
of which will give the reader"some Idea taken the baritone place. on Hilling's hardware store was ripped 43. 'WoodJ.Eo. Schofleld.M Address. JE. N. 8., {

DUCKS f.ale; ;cry' fine spe-! of Lady Coot' easy style and, facile off and thrown Into tbe Jstreet. Collins' M 44.. Canaveral V' .sue ADVOCATB,

men*;did $3 for two ducks and a mod of expressing her opinions. Tbe TltunUJ'PabUo School Ash boos at the end of Stillng wharf, 45 44. Walaa.o-Lacy Jones Leatberman.. Tltnsvllle, Fla.Notice. .
ke. ,..., wan knocked out of shape by Wood'
fall haU ,. Collins that he 47. Dlxoa's : .
and Ladles' ; buildings Capt. says
W. Fla.
BAIXAKO, Mime S new stocks'I Gardner:; Walker. Will open on Monday Sept.: 27tb; we I will '.continue: to ship fish right along CO. Mlcco Miss D laney. '

are Informed by Supt.: Jno. EL Santa,and from UM sane) old stand In spite of the Th. town registration books are now 6
Honey for Sale. for Sale. tb* other schools la Brerard county to* eyelon No other damage was done In open at tb* council rooms, and ,will remain +
f we barrel -d; Grapefruit Bud same date or aa soon thereafter a*.practicable. the bnafneas) part of town but: two- A valuable botel property on the Indian open between the hoes of aai: ;'
cabbage palmettomatured the railroad; sal at and 4:30 until tan day WON UM
W. well buds, ODe story building near formerly River; fully furnished for dally,
for sale 60 centsgallon. hundred ppefrult
; Five saloon blown and one-third eUctlon..
or.eebwtlan used aa a was over, original cost. municipal
Address- C. O., year old, $20 per 100. Also WATCH REPAIRING don by Anthony west of he railroad quite a number of AddnM. S. L 8., O. CABT-EI.WMM. &

en: ADVUCTIIB.A. an,. trMIo Fla.a Bros., West Palm Beach, Fla. Degro BOOMS! were moved from their ADVOCATC cfttc> (;


4 .

t r
w y

e r
'11 /
if w t.
tt '"' ,q
e .. n,, v Kda 4'' r "r 1 t' vlna .1
, ... ....,f'di..I{": .,. -JkI ru.; ;,ft, e. ." t '.1". h : ? .4


t' .
5 ,


I '; 'a for them to pass tbelr leisure time there. better knowledge -of ''His 4orks f Let State'of'Ohlo, City' of Toledo, 1 ss Michigan Lumber and ".

t 1i1'1 1. *4 Poor and Weak..il So they get out Into the streets the those who are in authority be wise in :Frank Lucas X Cheney County.makes oath 5 that.Leie' .: : Manufacturing A{

lanes, end parks, and are subject to time and arouse tbeowelvw to understand the senior'ipartner of the firm of F. -J. MANUFACTURERS, OF _
l .'t! r'P P Catarrh and Bronchial Trouble-., great; 'temptations. If the churches are 'wherein their true strength lies. Cheney &'Co., doing business In the City; '

I.t! y 1 I t( Had no .Appetite- Now Better In closed to recreation there are other Let them realise the and that said firm will' the sum of ,
pay Flag
; Every Way-A Delicate Child. planes which specially provide it. The our youth Mid their need of rescue from One Hundred Dollars for each and every ,

"Some time sine 1 took a Hidden cold{ theatres, music halls and low dancing the numerous forces of evll. In every case of Catarrh that,cannot be cured :by Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning
ti r end could not get rl4.of It. Being-subject and concert rooras, have always an am- district will;'be found educated and In- the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. and Berou t

to catarrh and bronchial tron ble I coughed I' ple bill of fare, too often,oearse and sensual telligent laymen and women whose tal- ". FRANK J. CUENBV. Good work and material at low: prices. Take :Main street tar line tJacksonville

: terribly.. I lost my :appetite and 'grewpoor ; and the flashy glitter of their surroundings ents lie buried. ; but who will gladly cooperate Sworn before me and subscribed in office. 1IliJI ,
and weak and ,I did not feel like; my presence this 6th day of December I
17 I '
Is calculated the in with the
to -captivate soy possible manner
work. I 'I A. D.1888.,, old line 488
y began taking Hood' Sarssparllla. I' Telephone ( )
young and Inexperienced. The public clergy In promoting -education and --
,, ,, ; In a abort time the cough/ disappeared f SEAL t Fri
L q houses and billiard rooms are also in moral improvement of those around { AJ'W. GLEA ON.
'a I slept well, had a good appetite 1 ___A Public.
t full swing. Everything that appeals to them. And In what a number of Notary ....
} 'sa and I was better In every way. last : ways Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally ::::::::
; ; spring I was not feeling well I had no appetite I our lower nature Is placed ,before them might this be done, If they would only and acts directly on the blood and mu- v.

,k and no strength..; I resorted to 'WIthout ,stint. But the 'means of Intelligent divest their minds of false sentiment and cous surfaces of the 'system. Send for

j, i. Ilood'a Sarsaparilla and soon felt more and elevating recreation are resolutely organize; all the*forces of goodto testimonials, free. &
like work. My\ little nephew was a delicate comparatively rare. It is true there are overcome the ell) i iAs F. J. CincirBY & Co.; Toledo, O. MASONkhON

; ;. thUd and had a humor which troubled many public libraries and readingroomsIn JtJT" Sold by druggists, 75c.

1, F K 1 him so he could not rest at night. parts, and the usefulness! these can the name Indicates, 'IIall's Vegetable
f ,1+ 1 N a. He has taken a few bottles of Hood's Bar Sicilian Hair Renewer'is a renewer of One woman residing in a Maine village
be realized but after all
scarcely ,
) ,' '" Mparllla and now he has a good appetite i! young the hair Including Us growth, health, 'has been BO much annoyed by loafers W Bay Street,

4; i ;It and Is able to Bleep.'" Misa ABBIH J.. people do not always want'to rend or to youthful color., and beauty.,It will please leaning against her' fence. .that she now JACKSONVILLE! Liquors and Cigars H 1
sit In a room where they must be as still
5" ,. FaBmHAN,, South Duxbnry, Mass. you. keeps It freshly painted. ,, -'
\ as mice; they like to gather together 9 '

Hood's Sarsa- where they can see and .gen comm ne The Empress>of Japan, one of the Ca- 'Ko-To-Bao! for Fifty Cents. Grade Whiskies

parllla with each other. )Il,,And we ask, what nadian Pacific railway steamships'', has Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak Etc,

I i ;; it I I tt+'' Is the One True Blood Purl or.AII drogglsU.$1. places would be more fitting for this just completed the: fastest tran-Paciflo men strong blood pure tea,(1. All UrugiflBla.Nottee _....

rli '''. UoOd's Ditta are the Bent after-dinner than our chapels and churches ? passage on record. She went from Vancouver .' Whiskies-Imported and Domestic; Southern Belle,Rook and Rye:...............trom
i j ,,4 ,' .. pills, aid( digestion. 250. There was a time when ,the churchwas to Yokohama in eleven days, and ol Election Brandies Domedtlc! apple, peach, blackberry: and peach and honey.... .... .,...from.1.50'/)lwlitneLtollandOtdkometc. '
..........................,from !AI
the sole, oralmosftbesole, educatorof thence to Hong tong In eighteen. This i. Rum ''''''''"'''' .. .' .'1./1)/)'"
WineaPort', Sherry' CUwbaV'MaVc'atolVciareti'eto.VfroinClarets \......,...,...'...". ""
'' the and when hel.ltdlllces of and by virtue of authority vested in \ 1:00":
4I people, were Included stops. An average 'speed Brands.... ""
J UNDER Finest .. ........... frihi't22.\
THE CIIUltCIIES AS EDU the ordinances of the Town of Tltus-
Bottled .5.. ........ ........... \Pl
always open to all comers. :These buildings seventeen knots was maintained. vllle, Florida, I, R. C. Bcrlmgeonr acting .... ..,.tram$1.
W CATORS. were not then the mayor of said town, do Issue this proclamation )J per-( All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. PI
/: regarded as calling. an Election in said town to be holden on ,Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested, without
I u e privileged property of a few,but as the Will 1you give up all that health meansto MONDAY THE 2Cth DAY OF OCTOBER 1897, : tra.eost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Comnan !,
BY LADY COOK (nee TENNESBEX CLAFI.IN) heritage of all. Public meetings were you f If not look out for impure the same being the Fourth Monday of said not take liquor C.. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and tronl l '
held ,in them, the vestries eat there, blood. Cure boils, pimples, humors and montb the following,"In the Council ofllcers Chamber tOne ,,for the electionof Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO.,

1 ,. i iS [For the Indian River 4dllocate] schools were taught there, and on rainy all Hood's scrofulous tendencies !by taking Mayor. 301, 307, 800, 811, ,W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FtLr
SarsaparlUa. '
+ 4 One Marelul.One .
S l p It was beautifully said by Lord Bacon and cold days, the children played at Collector of Taxes. ,

k; l In one of bis essays: "The first% creature marbles In their aisles and on their Hood's Pills are purely vegetable' and One Clerk of taxes.who shall also be treasurer and assessor E. WJNCHENBACH, Manager. F. M. BUBST, Tream

4 j r \ of God In the works of the days was tho smooth .flag-stones. "In the dawn of the do not purge, pain or gripe.. druggists.. Three Aldermen, to serve for two years each.
Irt iY :: sense drama It almost confined to these And I hereby give notice that Albert Nolle';
; 1 light of the ; the last,.was the light was Fred LoHley and Frank Duren have been appointed FLORIDA MACHINE '
1 of reason; and his' sabbath world ever'consecrated buildings. Pas loll-f>lays Salmop last yea? yielded )in Canada judges,and Robert Pentland, clerk of WORK
I said election with the approval of the Town
s .since is the illumination of his eplrlt. held the people in awe and taught them $3,700,000; cod,3,800,000. Nextta value Council. of said town.

1 _. Certainly It la heaven upon earth to have scriptural Incidents., As these degenerated come herrings$2,780,000, and then R. C. SCRIMGEOUR, IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.
man's. mind move Jo charity rest in in character they, were succeededby lobsters 2210000. Attest:, Acting Mayor. .

,F 'k Providence. and !turn upon the poles of "moraltles" or, moral. plays, In which G. CARY-ELWES Clerk., General: Repairing Promptly: & ,Accurately-Don]

1 truth." the passions'of mankind good and. evil, The victories of Hood's '

l The churches jiave done much to in- were personified, and played their parts Snrsaparllla over all ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. Iron Building Columnei S fc aiit Shafting, Pulleys, Haw..
a cu6ate! the precepts of charity, even upon the church stage. All these taught Forms of disease lMHKB. ns&

? ty when they have themselves. violated Its the people to reason for themselves and Conclusively That is an unequalledBlood prove NEAR & TAYLOR I, Sash Weights and Grate -=: ""Bon''In Stock,

spirit. >They have also been the- authorIzed prepared the 'way for the reformation, Purifier. In conquersThe __... Saw, Mandrel of all S
teachers of a belief In Providence civil freedom and liberty of thought.For demon Scrofula, (Successors to John McAllister.) Bars a Specialty., ;_

I \ .'' and of the wisdom of l submitting cheerfully the writers of these dramas. ,wane Relieves the itching and burning of 'Contractors .. Furnished,
salt rheum, cures running sores, ulcers, Artesian Well
to Its decrees. But as regards "the frequently men. of great. Jntelleotual bolls, pimples. and every other form of .' STTGKA.X1. ,-. MILLS.::
poles of truth much cannot be said. rower'and"aa such were enemies of la
so ,
II humor or diseases originating impure Telephone 102.
EAU GALL1E. FLA. Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riven
I y I? Yet this Is the Illumination to which the superstition,. and employed all the art, blood. The cures by Hood's-Sarenparllla', ,
great philosopher refors; the full] enlightenment they dared to enlighten the people. are cures-absolute, permanent, perfect JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

1 Ii of the whole man., Systems It was not long ago* that it ,was the, cures.power to They purify are and based enrich upon the blood.its great, e .

fir' of theology may be true'or false but no custom for the congregation; to give audible "
o 23.4.'s: :. ::eI'C': ,:J.I.C: : CO
who .
of their disapproval
one can be, sure which are right and expression approval or" Sir John Burns, Bart.. has just
which wrong or whether there of the preacher's sentiments. DEALERS IN -
are any received a peerage at the hands of Queen
t that are absolutely the one'or the other, This, however has been 'suppressed by Victoria, Is the head of the Cunard :f.i'lIjn.e: : W.inessl, : and: Licjuo4I :

; j because all those rest upon the uncer- act of Parliament., A false notion of
a of the
line and Is
steamship justice 417. A 419 Vf. Bay 8t,
tain basis of metaphysics. Except in a sanctity has minimized the usefulness of peace and a deputy-lieutenant for the \\I f

few essentials even morality differs from these buildings< and,. the efforts of the counties of Renfew.and Lanark. His JACKSONVILLE,, '. FURICH

I r4 age to age. But truth Is everlasting and clergy. The only resemblance to the father, on whom the baronetcy was conferred WIDon'tcreate good, rirtfh
i Invariable, whether It be taught or not. past Is in the matter of Sunday schools, S J thy tIe mliuta
In 1880, was the first to carry buying sour poor wine becaim I I
To know It is to Jbo Illuminated by the and. even these are being confined to malls across, the Atlantic In. steamers. "",=-- 'L" cheap. It Is not. It has a nutr,i
-= "D greeable effect upon the nretrm t its
Eternal Spirit. To "turn upon the poles secular places when possible. In the ICCIVKDTHB"HIGHEST ::: III good wine is really not'exiwnilm

of truth" would be the attainment of meantime, the churches are either grad AWARD n PURITY 1e- satisfied gives you feeling.that pulled-ml"see, a

the highest Intelligence. ually' becoming defunct or are revertingto Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tour Lint Awni.To KST We make a Specialty of Nortfcft!
quit toliaooo easily and forever,be mag '. Tina Mountain Dew Corn WbleWf.tti
It Is the reproach of the'churches and Catholicism natlo full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To- ROBT. W.: SIMMS years old, $2.60 per gallon.
i ih their creeds that( they are too narrow, Why then ghouljj we not Imitate the Boo the wonder-worker that makes weak men i well Parties to order living from in us.Dry as Town we cu vB
practical wisdom of forefathers atrong. All drugirlsts,BOO or II. Cure ruaran 4 them BO all order
that they have Instituted) too broad a our and per cent.on
teed. Booklet 'and sample free. Address
lino of demarcation between what Is I throw them freely and gratuitouslyto AGENT fST Always send money will crt
I open Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or New York. / ,<:: We will not open new account u>
', religious and ,what secular, revolving the wants of the people f What. more .Wholesale .. suitable Jacksonville Drab
Liquors. C.O.D to Tw
i +i upon the poles .theology and morality suitable places could be selected for lectures Live bees, according to Ice-and Refrig- / l" f"" I .., Agent Jfo Goods for sent IndianopolU "---"
,', Instead of those of truth. The consequences and concerts of sacred music and eration ice 'I' Brewers and Bottlers,IndlanalMll1I,
r i Christian are sometimes shipped on so Jacksonville. Florida. Hercules Malt Tonic, $2.28 per case; Clayton &|Rusnell Wild Cherry Brandy,$4,60pere s
t of this policy has been fatal to gatherings and every sort of as to keep them dormant during the Journey -
themselves I In Innumerable divisions innocent recreation, than those houses i
i causing says an exchange. This is particularly jgy Write for Prices.
variant beliefs, and a restricted Influence. which have been consecrated to the service the case when bumble bees have

In their eyea one kind of,truth of God r The early Christians. been taken to New Zealand where theyare THE PAINT STORE.

s only )Is divine, one species of knowledgeonly feasted and had their "free-and-easies" useful In fertilizing the red clover ...Agents Wanted... .

Is to be sought after, or at least In their meeting-bouses; why should we that has been Introduced into the colony
: must precede all other, and this the least be more squeamish than they P Do we FOR.-

amenable to demonstration or prof.P serve our Maker 'better by' giving Him JUVENILE HOLIDAY ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS
But we humbly think.,that all truth is lip-service and chanting meaningless Everybody Says So.

g divine, that intelligence Is a spiritual hymns, or by purifying our minds of Ignorance derful Cascarets medical Candy discovery Cathartic of ,the the age moat pleasant won. .*. AND

;P11 Illumination and that the Divisions between and expanding: our souls by a and refreshing to the taste, act gently mall Faper:
and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, Standard SubscriptionSOOS
'secular" and "sacred"
knowledge cleansing the entire system dispel| colds, .
,, and the supposed superiority of aura headache, fever habitual constipationand .

the latter are purely artificial and mis IP"*' of O.biliousness.C. C. to-day! Please; JO,2e.!, SO buy cents.and try Hold a and box : : o Outside: Cold Water: Paint.

1' leading. Indeed, It Is questionable If guaranteed to cure by' all druggists.B3T By the W. B. Conkey Company, the

,t priority should be given. to' either, largest publishers and manufacturers. of I. :E. BAIRD & CO.,
whether secular knowledge should Dot "" books In the United States. Finest line .
!!: .If need
yon any printing, we .
stand' first. A ..man, without being a shall be pleased to get a share of it. books of new on holiday the market.and other Also agents subscription wanted 52 West Bay & Laura Sts.; .. JACKSONVILLE, 1

r i fool, may not be able .to believe in the fof'The Silver side,'' the latest and .
l Trinity, but be would be distinctly foolish Waritcc1Man. : / best text-book on the sliver question by Paints, Oils, Glass Varnishes,. and Room Mouldings.SAW .

who should deny that the earth goes the great silver leaders. Exclusive ter-
round the .un." And the value;of In every section. at once to sell staple ritory. Largest Commissions. Prices
every goods to dealers no peddling below competition.Write TABD.K. ,
tl knowledge must be Judged by Its unnecessary; best side line. $75.00 a at once for circulars and special Pnlatka. Fla. .,Bay. St.. Foot of talWILSON
3. :uaefuln ... The great writer already month. Salary and expenses or large terms, stating your choice of territory.W. .

., ,, ". quoted remarked: "As ,It Is" a caution POUND DEAD. commission made. Address, with 2 cent B. CONKEY COMPANY COMPANY
lI..nla religion that faith be shown bad everything stamp for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap ,
( t 'Works, the same )Is to livedfor1-hap. piythome> : wife friends, and Manufacturing Company. Cincinnati 3.11, 343, 9446, 347, 340,31S1 Dearborn St.,
excellently trans- money;j but .he shot himself through"the Ohio. CHICAGO. 1II..nn"tn..; ..._.. oZ _
'fe red likewise ,to philosophy; that .It heart Why.P ---- ---- -

be Judged by Its fruits, and the sterile we couldn't have given a good reason

be counted vain; and the more so If, ,In to himsel&him. Re But WMJ.everything.. a gloomy looked. frame of gloomy mind. GEORG MARX JOHN MARX. Cypress Lumber Shingles and La.
place of fruits. of the and olive" It was the way >looked .t life that day.. ,

It produces but thistles grape and thorns of, rushing He had been sad driving at too business much of, hustling a harry, JVC: h:: : : BROS. : A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding mouldings, .hI

'disputations and strife." througtliis meals cutting short his aleepTiVJLnr7VK5,0JLf.d Wholesale Dealers In- lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipment*.
t his stomach aDd ---
j We have been led to these reflections order; b. grew dyspeptic mouldings of all patterns a specialty.

by considering the great opportunities ud When melanchoJy the dictation is out O-iocerlos:: :': Fruit: a:1.Cl: :Irod.cLOe.: : I .When at home write us for. prices; when up our way come and see ea

of disseminating useful knowledge, and is little uae trying- look on the order bright there aide 1S1 and leg East Bay Street .<} a and 8f.wa..Street,
t "''of promoting truth'and morality which of things practically. there font any bright "JaoI'4i c>>n.will, I 'F1brl.d.: : I

1.e and are possessed which neglected.unfortunately by"The our thousands,religious are systematically of teachers stately, in bard aide.There. Jfet.lt This pt! out I._to a,'W?.dangerous' It.,to unlearn!pt Into condition you and go aboUt mighty to let it ONE OF THE OLDEST. ) FRUIT HOUSES_ IN THE CITY. W.; B. DAWSONWholesale ,

a remedy has palled thou.sands
I piles that have been erected In this of oI. DremeiGoen pth of- We are headquarters for aU kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; and Retail ,
J country at Immense cost by the liberality deapsir. It. jfedicml guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line 01 Day Grain and Feed. 'Ve want
?' .f Discovery It acts directly upon the atom- your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and yoi will be ,
pious benefactors are, .. a rule, ads: and Hver. It restore their natural pleased.

closed to the public, except on /Sundays.:: capacity It purges. to away nourish bilious and purify the I'em: MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. WINE & LIQUOR MERC
poisons feeds the
Any day In the week ,
ti we may"pass akundred 2i'.I3'C'llHrEiWith h .heed h\trhl\ 7. tallied
Protestant churches and find out blue devils of
a them empty with looked doors. The melancholy and nenrouaneas. '
t cannot even, as in Roman Catholic Oi1.J..L.wril.Warner, ...During No. rgco the 0 lea street a..ye.re" crameiit I b.'
1 edifices, walk In to pass a few' minutes tan been It.doctoring..:aDd I.With... .s Francl.co many a*for ala di.e..d dinerrat stem.spcahe doe.. Ha

i I In private devotion .t; but"II.r.son.01 Two the retI.dactora. .. I me evm Mmcompletely col-. Wholesale and H.Retail A. HENRY In Proprietor. fine ,Old Liquors,,. Imported and: Domestic Wines, .

On the other hand, on every evening -Ki. end bed 1 towould".P"'_*_ have felt' Dealer
lathe week hundreds of thousands of J. looking. that.u the .d.Ilk I.*to the teave...tbla1d.Vwaeci.e. ***STAPLE AND. FANCY Mexican and' Florida Cigars.
.....1... I GROCERIES.
res .arcs sad I
young people of both sexes, after their gib acrd .. tsood. Ma1t1&JOG'to Dr. 1'Mrca'sow owe m.y.... ., *** GROOE: : '
work U over, do not know where to Odd.e ...... fe.rrtem bottle 01 the FINE FANOY :
goer .. ..... Rrlteor: call for our Cash Price t'which will
# please Compoundr.Prf
what to do with themselves.' Their oI'I'I.t tteablV '..} """ ytl.n 01 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth you. WHISKEYS: from $2.00 Per Gallon"upwards .I'handle no
it J' all stam..b :: ..ip. Streets, JACKSONVILLE
'aomes..... perhaps offer no Inducements aichl.aa4 am aew ready, tag* .1:1"t. Telephone Na l68. ''". #, -, FLA. ** List upon. application. Your Jug TracIe SoIIdtecL .... '
If you wish. to open an aeoonnt yon'm .at.II.e.flnt-olaM. city reisreJ.
.e .

0 ,

S .

e e1tw
.. .
', -. .. .
1. .--u.J.; "Q ''L.'WJ. .:' J ..,.':'7'1i' :;.1-+''' ;"4'i r-P"7: :''''''''',;<.../. .




f ibld2t RlVEtt: AbVOCATK,: SEPTEMBER :24. d9T.. '... 6 a I

ti' >fessional Cards. TOWN TAX SALE LIST. !MBMetsgen_. . . lot 4 .. B. "t ... '1.., ;
low Fisher: lots 8 0, 7" K ". a .... .4'
aoearNLWALT_8. aaefAY.ATTORNEYSATLAW STATE OF FLORIDA l K II Carlile. ... lot I U" u ... .... ., R S'tIILcOrau y..
| TOWN + FLA. If Fisher- lots 1,2,3 0 D- Y .. "
J f'M Fisher ... .... . lots 6,8, l>. 4< N .. . .. o. .
at 18 hereby given that the following described'' lands will be sold .EmflIGl'ahl" . .II-iJotl..JoyuftnJUe.! ... .. . . .. 1 :alt.
Rooms auction on the First Monday in October, 189Z!: at the City: Council h am Co. e3s 1u4 1I1" .. ... .. . : 1 28
flouiw:From 10 to 12 a. m., at ritusville, in the County: of Brevard or so much thereof as will be Unknown ... . . lot 18 as ... ... . ... ; i 60 I, :
4 necessary to pay the amount dUe for taxes. herein J J Dos: . . . lot 25: ,
and 2 to p. m. set opposite the same. together .a. . .. ._.. . 1 tlO'Mrll'f S. : .
tgvn.i'K, Brevard Co., Florida.. wIth costa W Smith. .. . lot ::11I ;. .. ; . . . 3 20
(, 108. QEO. B. RUMP1I Js,. Collector Unknown.. ..... lot 6 siib-div talk 38 Joynerville. ?. 64 ... t (M ,1;
floe; In aU the oo oourts-et and fed Unknown . . .wt'tltotlot37 .? \\16 + ,
W Bellamy. J % lot 5 sub-dir JIMaS. ,30..0..jI.l.JoJ\"t'Vl1Ie: 3 :20 .. 1 I 'V
aollltlas for examining and perfect- OWNER.DESCRIPTION.. An'rAll Unknown .,. .lot7.. .. . Lum..r"ell. :
. .... 128 on through bill o ;
Jtlei.jARYELWES. In Sec 3, township 22 S> range 33 E. TAxas, Irs T W Smlfih, igt . lot S" . . .. ... . 3 20 Inlt bntKUnir on tb> : Pi i '4wl'11e \
Gardner & Emerson .. . si of wjtf lot 1 block A. ?. . . . I <3 20 Unknown ,,.. ... lot 14 u . . .. _-. . 1 28 fn..prh"( eii. Th -- : :
[ Jnknown. . .. . . lot 1 Unknown . .... N J..T.K.W.RT.,8 i i :,
Wager's sub-dlv of lots3.4.1I,6.blkA *4 80 . .lotls.: . . .. . .. . 128 .
.J E Lanouette' . .'. .. .. lot 20 if. to.. .. 9 60 Unknown .. .lutI6 II II . . . ..... . 1a8: BatluaialIlghta,1, i r.l '
NOTARY PUBLIC, Elliott 'ritu8 . .. . n .of lot 1 exo n-20ft 'bsub-dblkB 3 20 Unknown .?.. lot 17 . ",. .... ... .. 128> : :S
STATE AT LARGE. ANNolle.e} iotsB 6 Wager's sub-div blk B. . .20 Unknown . ... . .lotIS" :. .? .. ,... .... lad: NATIONAL sss 37 to : t'1 :1 J
writing, taxes: paid 'for non- 4-5 lot 1 exo. n-20ft block C. . ...1i4. :'J 66 Bradford Oodf rev, . lot 23 . . ..... .. 64 : JI'
rents and accounts collected ME Titus. ; . . . wl-sloth block 0. .. . ..., . _" 04 lfowellTltus....... ., . lot 2ft >,. .. . ...... . 80 "
.' Correspondence IOlIcl ted. S J Norton'. ... .. .... si of e lot 2 blk D... . ..,... ",. .'. 3 20 Edward I. Dupont.. .. lot :all"I Of. . . . ... . e- e ;
vine, Florida. Peter Duff . .. .. . lot 10. blk D. ..,., . . 8 40 Elmer Shulu..II . .. lot 27" .' . . ::. ..". . 00M) iCHllrl
.J T & K WRy Co ... .. n50-ftoflots123blkE. . . . '33: 00 Elmer Shulti... lot 80" . ... ...; .. .. 06 REAL* ESTATE !
E E Turner.. .. .. . .. part lots 1.2. des in deed bk j( pg 230 bUt K 3 20 Kate P'SanUat. . ... . lot :3tt Of ... .......... 5 12:
I. M. GIVEN, ME Titus (widow). .. sylot4 block K. .. ... . .... . ... 140 Mrs I* Billow: .. Iote37,38Beedell'eaddition. .'. .. .. ,. . 3 84 ,
M E Titus (widow). . lots 5 and 6, block E,(. . .., . . 11 39 8 P Travis. .; lotJN: ) .. ((4 Xkohanglng Property for Property aiSpecialty ;
L ENGINEER A,.SURVEYOR' M E Titus (wldow..wilot7bl) E. :' .. *' 320 Maria Fleming... lot .10. .. ... .. 04 Send Desoriptlon of what !
JT&KWlt'yCo..lots 1,2,8,4,5,8,7blkF.. .. . ... .. 3900 S II Bay . lotIblockEFlsher'aaddition. 32: ,
coos, Brevard Cot, Florida. S n Ray . .... .... . part lot 8. 10 des In deed bk* K pg UO bill: F 160 Peter AC Flu lie r., .. lota': K .. :1:1: you have and what you want. iMALABAR I
surveyed and classified mapping J A Coleman. . .. .... .. n. strip lot 1 blk O. ... .. . ...., > .' 3 20 Stephen Ellis lf. .. lot 3" B: 1 00) Indian River FLOn I ,
s special attention, to plans .J A Coleman . .. .'. .-. strip lot 1 blk O. .... . :.. .. . 320 Peter i* Fisher. . .',, lot 4" K ..4 32: DA.
eclfloatlons one; of structure work A Montgomery. ..'. . part lot 1 des in deed bk M pg 630: blk 0. 12 80 Peter M Fisher. .. ;. lot II" K' ". .. . . 10 C. C. CARROLL, ce' '
L A Coleman. . .. ","," wK lot 2 u 4 U 304 O. 9 60 A M.WI&trata. .. lot s' F 128
and all
buildings, etc., branches B R Wilson ... . .. .-. lots 5,6 block K. . ",. .. . ........' 12 80 Peter M fisher . '" .. lot 4 ". F .,5. 16 Real Estate Agent. 111
[engineering. M E Titus. . ., . .. 8 34 ofw> blk L, . .. : . . 512 ,
R L Lockard, . .. . nfi of wi block L. . . ? 512: Phoenix Mills Lumber Co. lot bounded n by Orangn st, s by Broad at, Choice .
HEN E. FOSTER, ,V R Sanders. . .. I. .. lot 11 e-emb of old blk S (for Bap c1111rohj>. 9 00 :r w by Eli IK st, e by street not yet named 1 h5. '
Theodore Titus . .... lots 3, 4 LeBaron's map of old blk 3; . l' 00 and known factory lot Titusvllle. 12 80 cps 1 Wined, Liquors a'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAWt JT&KWByColots 6.8.9" ." a' .* 3. _. 040 aryd Cigars,
.. In Seo..4.to'Ynshlp 22 S 38 east ,
)IE Titus . lot ? 3. . 00 rung I
as 420 & 423, Gardner Building D KHarrison. '.". . n} lot 1 sub-dlv des In deed bka J pg 111 WA'Itawl8blk84andn-212-ft, of blk :30 pint In book 1, I t11 1 I ttxmruntood' Pure. ri
'> front *'\ "I 10S.8 .-. ... '
52-ff on Lemon st and 78-ft tin page 3 20 Sold at reduced
DNTILLE, .-, FLORIDA. Broad 8t, block 4. . . .. ..:. 8 00 E 0 Harris.. . . 14 acres of lot 1 des in devil' bk 0 p#(f :388 4.4 j, pi toes r.
VR Knox:. . .. .. . e3tilotlpfeastsub-dtvofblk4. ... . 3 20 E O Uarrlrt.V ..,'., ., . part, el/ of iieV les in doted bk va 2HS a :20
Mrs J K Ilarrison . . lot \2 east sub-dir of blk 4, .... '" 1 00) F Futch. :. . ... .1 lot 0> Morrow's addition . . . . 1011 Imported '
OTT. GoRDON R. BROOMK.rr }Irs J K Harrison . .... lot 4" 4. . . ... 100 .,,'. Tuk ,y Win.
& BROOMS MC Weleer. . . . ? lotlO"4. .. . .. .. 10'J. InSe0.33dtownship: 21 H, rwige' 35 fast.! from Italy.
Pace & Doyle. ... . . lot 2 blk 8% '' '' 1' .. .h. . ..... 3 20, o H Watson ... . '.' .. m cor block 1 Rice's addition. .. .. [K, on ''
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, MGoldsmith..n lot 8 block 0. .t ... . \ . .. 820 L D Lockard, n. . scour. IA 1 ... . r'. .... 198 John B, Tognl
Mrs E Lanouette .. .. s#lot 5 block (U. "..". .,' .. . ... .. .. ... 3 20 Wm Smith ... . . alt ? :I" . . . 192 !
(over Bank) F W Emerson ... . .'u. lot 1 block 8. . .. . ;: . . .. 3 84 LMPrice..r.. .. . all :J. !' 'a . . .. :221. Metropolitan Saloon 12) East Bay St." .
.. Florida. S G Vanlandingham. . lot 3 0. . . . . . . .. 800 I. Mrrlo\ <.. .,. .'. I II II" .., ,.. .... . . 00 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
II J .' lot 7 0. :. ., . .. .. '.. .' ... i 4 80Fla 'IIowell'J.ltud..n-. ". .1 II" . .. .'. 1 00 Wholmitl cud lteU!.....
East Coast Ry Ce..lot8 D..i..I.; 0 40 K G Ifolton .. "',' . ..' ue oor 7 ," . . . 1 28 !
TOR S. JONES, Mrs M E Paddison . lot 11 0. . :I./- II. . .. . 10 00 Simon Ilamberg1 ... senor '. 7. II . . . 00 "
i-laEast Coast RyColotslll2blockl0. ... .. .; ,. .. .. . 0 00 Simon Ilaniberir. . ., part of \0 It . . .. 00 ,The Largest and Most Complete i
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Gardner Newberger.. .. lot 4 li..w .. . ;. ... . 21S1J lowell Tit us. .4. .. .?. UXMt sn<< In block 11 II.. 00 Establishment South.,
MrsTW Smith. . . lots 11 . . . .. . .. 00 Fla East Coast 11 j ,Co. .. lot des In deed bk S pag 250. ... .. '8 40
VILLE, BREVARD CO., F&A.inty John Foy... .... ... .:. ,, .lot8 11. : .. . ... .. 250Howell In Sec. 34 township 21 S 35 east. S. HACKER & SON '
1 itull. ... :, f! lot 1 12. . . . . 0 00 range( GEO ,
Judge of Brevard County. Theodore Titus..lot! 1 block 13. ,.! .. ..I' . .. ?. .I 2 s6 J f P Turner' ... ,, ., H, .. s part of lot ft blk B Cowman's addition 12: 80
Theodore Titus ... . lot 2 14. . . .,.,. .. : .. ..,1 00 J i P Turner.-. lots 4, 5, "* 0'" 1 02:
Theodore Titus. . ; lots ". 1..1. 160 UnknOWn .... . .. .... lot 6' 0" ., 128 .
GOLDSMITH, B L Wills. . .. .. . lot 1 16. . .. . . . . ... .. 640 J P.Turner ". . . lots 7, 8,0, ,' 0'" 102
John Foy. . .. ... . .lot..1S,6blockI6.-. .:... ;.. 800 J P Turner .. .. . ... lots 12 and 13 O.e. 121t
M E Titus ... ... ... .. .. .. lot I 9 ::- 16.. . .oI. . .. ... Oil Mrs ME Titus ... ,. ...nblackl''Tltua'addttiuni. . . . 160
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Theodore Titus .. ,. ... lot 12 10. .... .... . .'. .. ;. 1 28 lowell Tltim' ., ... . s 1" .. . . . 1 00
Theodore Titus .. .. .lots ]7t . .. .. . . . 128 Theodore Titus, .. .,.., all block 2 "" .:. .. :3 20
'I' E Hall . .. . . lots Of' 17.: .. .. l. .,.. . 6 40 lowell Tltns. .. . .* ? air a:J II .v.. 8.10
tille, Florida. 1E Titus .. ;. .. .. .. lot 8 18.. . .. .. . . . 128 Annie E Titus.onne ... . .'lot 1.. 4 128:
M E Titua.-/. .. ..lot 0CAII 18...., .. ?..- .. . .. 128 M Bowman . lots 4, 5, bit .a. Titus' addition . : ... 2 MIN /
Owens, :. .... .. .lots 19. .. . .. .. .'. . . 128 {VR Wolf, ... . ... lots 8. O. N .. 0 (H)
D. I:. DODSON, Euafala 'Gory: ... . ,-. *% lot 10 block 10. . .. .. . .... .. 1 04OH W II :Myers. . . ...lot5 II, (IS"t .3.:<2
Howell Titus ... . .. lotll 10. . . :.. : .. ..., Peter Diilf. ... .. all blook 7. .'* 3 20
DENTIST. Fla East Coast Ry Co. lot 2 20..1. .. 112 AnnetteCleYl'lancl..lotlblkH 12MI.
Fla East Coast Ry Co..lot4 ". 20.:0.: . .. 128 ., B Blgelowj . . lots 2, II, 4, blk Titus' addition. . . 3 ::10
Office over Fla East Coast.RyCo..lot6 ." 20.,1: 12 B Bigelow..., .... ,. lots (0 I, 7 llk 8 f . :I''21 MANUFACTURERS' QV 4L
postoffico. ,Peter Duff.... :. .. . lot 7 20., . "..' . '" .. 04 L B Bigelow . . lot 10 blk 8 ,00
Mrs. C Weiaer .... :. ., lot 8 .20 . ... :.. .. .. .. 04 W W.Tazer . .... all bike I, 2, 3, 4 w), of blk 7 of Carpen Doors, Sash, Blinds'
|VILLA, FLORIDA.L. Fla East Coast Fla East Coast RyCo.iot0&e-k. ; tot7block 21. ... : .. ?; :j.r 8 00 Moulding & Building Material; '
GAULDEN, Fla'East Coast Ry Co. .lot9 21. ; .: :. :. .: .. 60 .
W R Wolf .. .. .. Iots2and3 II 22..< .; .. . . 128Unknown. ". ..... \ Office A. Warerooms: King opposite
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,. J. ... ... .rlot 4' II 22.:. ., ... . .. 1 28 I "OUTDOOItS the New Sporting :Magazine. 'Cannon Street.
Jnknown. . ... .. .. lots II 22.:. ,.h . . . 1 28 FISHING Invaluable to the salt, water iUhermnn the fresh water tlsher ;
['Practice In all the Courts of the State Ella M Harris. . . lot 0 II 22.: ... . . . 4 80 roan, the grouse quail, snipe, woodcock and hare shooter the Charleston S. C.
Ida,and the United States Courts. Poyntz & Nolle . . all block 23 ..,. . .: . .. .I.: ] ...'. 612 buy bird and wild fowl gunner, the bin same bunter, the tourist I'' ,
|Box,338. TITU8VILLE, FLA. Howell Titus... . . .. lot 2 block 25.. . . .. : .. . .". .. ... 64 wheelman photographer, boatman and naturalist. Price lOota.
Money to Loan. 18 Sallie J Yard.. ....t..lot7 26.. .. .... .. .. 64 Subscription 91.00 per ,ellr. Write for sample copy. Sash Cord and '
James Byrd... .... . lots8,9,10,11,12blk25... .. .. . . 3 20 A S flTS OEO. LOUTKEL LUCAS Editor and Proprietor Weights,
PE & Unknown. .... . .. .,. lotl. 26. .. .. . . 64 No. 1 Madlion Ave, New York N. Y. '
CAMPBELL Unknown. ... A. ..lot2 2(1.( .. . .... ... 64 Rard aro.
011 Watson. . .\ .' . lot 8 26. .. . ;. .. 64
B W Nlchols..lotI4andlS. II 26. . ..... .. .. 1 28 .
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Peter Duff.... .'. .:.. . lot 1 block 28..5. '64 Window and Fancy OlassSPEOIALTY. z{

Theodore Titus. ... . .. lot 2 II 28. I . . ... . .. .; ... 64 One Man 'Can Run This Steamboat A .
onvllle, Florida. Peter Duff. ... .. .. .. . lot4 : 28.4.,: ., .. 04B&SAdams..lotb .. .
28.. .... ,.. . .. ... 32 c 1 y1IXPRRIINOS.
Peter Duff .. ... .". lot 0 ." 28..t. .... 04 o RO VAN1' .
JORGE W. ALLEN, Peter Duff . ... .? lot 8 28. .. . ,. .. .. .. .. .' 04 .
Peter Duff..lot: 10" 28.... . . . . .!.. 64
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Theodore Titus ... .. lot 11 : 28.. .. . . .,. .... .. 64 u (O a 0. 1
Unknown. '... .! ....*. . lot 1 ,20.... .. .. . ,.. ..:. ..... 64.JnolIShurelt..lot2 ::s L =.
Test, Florida. 20.... . .. .. .. .. .. 64 <.D
Dl Unknown . ...... .. . lot 8 II 29. .. . . ". . ... . 04 ,
1 practice la the United States M E Titus.... ... .. . lots 7;8, 0,10 blk 29... :. .....;. . ... 64
Plate Courts. 9jun95 M E Titus..lote1,2,3, 80. :. .. . .. .. 48 T.AD> MARK..
Peter Duff . . . .... lots 4,5, 80. .. .... .. .. .... . 82: su BMION.. .
F. H. Theodore Titus . . .. lot 6 ".30..1. .. ;:. ..... 16 aa. DudDeePaed.VNOWVkSN,4Ieba
HOUGHTON Pierre Titus . ... .. ,. .. lot 7 30.\ ... . .... 26 11. ..Anyone. am lnf ee -Ps-r: : : -
Theodore Titus .. ... lot 8" :,30. .... '0' :;, .. . ... 10 r' psL.1t.bl..Lu.n,, '= Nr.Wr* 4
Howell Tltul. .. .. .... lot D 30 ... .. .. . . 82:. F AdBrtM> W: DA** Il.wbIitjU: : Sa vepM '
DENTIST. Theodore Titus .. ..lots 10 and 11 30. . ... .. .:. . 32 T.w .rs rr' ,,,' :l oie a.tl'::W "thremili. rearireipeel
Pierre Titus ... w..... lot 13 30. . .'..":! 'I .. ... . 22
on; : Florida. Theodore'1'itus.lots1anA2 of 31. .. . .. .. .. .. 32 :: SCIENTIFIC. A MER.I1CA1 Nt1, '
Peter Duff. :. .... .. .Iots3, 4.1S "Sl... .. .. . . ... 48 MAOniMKBY HANDLES WHOM PILOT HOUSK. .....Ifdl. "._..... y.taws-.a' I7MS
ILPH E. SMITH Theodore Titus.y..loteoand7 31..r..t.: .,. ... ..1. 32 This steamboat U 17-fI.Ion*. ''X-fu beam,-ft. rtupthof hold l| drawl 12 Inches of water and :1/w/rluN.D..tIe our.Ww.m:..,:. .
M E Titus... ...... .. /Jot8 ," 31 .... .. .. .. .. ... ... . 16 will run eight miles sn 11<"". flea cabin. M14 feat with SSf--ft .....I-r.t/.m./ Twit f..ldlnKIs and K on lAT a.o.h. Adarae ?
.... lots 9 and 10 .. nil* / n nooommmUta or Slllhl immon ea.il,.' Mnrm tltMr" wixxl or 03..... Hall* MUNN CO., JM.
Howell Titus .. 31. .. ., ... .. .. . 38 able llotpleasure nurp PHYSICIAN Pierre Titus ... ... .. lot 11 31.... :*.. .. . .. 32 will alter to lull oomlltlon.,at prloee from f uuo.oo to '1A" .
Howell Titus. ... .. .lotU: u 31.-. .. .'. 26 MKKniLL-KTKTKMM. : : KNOINEKIIINa: !: CO.. ?
OED, FLOBIDA.IO. Theodore Titus ... ... lots 1.2.3. Ii 33JD .. .. .. . .. . 48 138 M 140 Rut By Bt."Mkianvllle. .,.. Kn ln..n. CantMMtare, Kl= uCD ,
Davis': ... .. ... lot 4 83 . .. .. -. .. . 32 ,
Peter Duff. ,. .. . . lot 5'' 82.-' ... . .. . 2(1( W M i' Nli '** ( C.'JIV '
FRIES, C. El: II B Archibald:.T.' . .lot8 Ii 33:. .:.. : .'.... . 82: ( '< ,JNr H1J.. ICK1''
Peter Duff . .I. . lot 7 33: . ..,. .. .. .,. 19 Traveling.
COUNTY SURVEYOR. HC Campbell. . ... .; .. lots Ii 82..n. .. .v. .. ,? 32 ,.. arty s
Unknown. . .'. ..... .lot9 32 . ., ..... .. . 82:.
knd legally: surveyed and sub-divided. Peter Duff.a. .. lot 10 32. . . . .. .. . 19 'ft
ping done. Estimates for CJ Hector . ... ... ". lot 10 Robbins & Graham addition. . tMS Any Point West or Northwest BIGGEST .
neatly M E Webber . ,.. ; lot 17" .. .. 4 80 i ,
|kinds of engineering works. 'DIsI Unknown .. .. ... .. jot 26" . ., 04 C rrt+ IN THES;
I lines a James Paine. . .... .. 28" N . .. 3 20 0-0 V'1.a .4t1oD."ta to q
specialty. JT&KWRyCo. .. lot 35 t .. 1 (K) ,s.
8VILLJ:, Brevard Co. ... FLORIDA. J T A: K WRy Co. T.. .... lots 37 and 38 Robbins A Graham.addition 3 20
1\r.LB Bigelow..... . lots, 48 and 47 0 40 Narshviller ex-s.tessriial: Idea itttak'
Della Ransom. ... .... .part of nw>4' of nw ( des in deed bk 8 Wanted-In :S!: ,
page 77.... . . . .. . .. . 320 .....r ,,,-, I"'" 1ft., .. '" ...,ILrtle
Elmer SchulU . ..... part of lot 1 Joynerville... .. . . 6 40 Buy Your Tickets viaJR.OTJTJ3. .....0".."I.-" WI urlid'br.uu..lwwL&lIliURIf I(20. ;S.IUS _
Unknown.. .. ... . .... lot 13 . . .. .". 128 amid Yaaw.
A J Hippard. . ..'.. .. n36Iot11 . . 1 28 Tie roiv ; :,
burs L B Bigelow. .. .. .. lot 60 Robbln A. Graham addition.. . 3 20 -FAITHFUL MEN OR
Leading dealers B Young, estate. ... .. lot 41 Rerd .II's addition ... .. . . 04 Double Dally Through Trains. All eorres- WANTED to' travel for responsible: 4
everywhere sellIRRV'S ... ;1ot421terdell'aadditlon, h. .. ... .. 'Cu pondenls promptly; answered and sleeplaic ear established| bound In Florldiw Salary ;
*:...:..... . .. .. . ..... .. 04 bertha reserved. Will to Clad M meet passanirers Iii J1' t7HO and expenses. 1'oeltlen permanent.C ,
F Gray .... . .... lot 44 : . . . .. ., 1 12 at depot la Jacksonrlll! or m r office, 324 West 0r Keference. Enclose self-addressed
SEEDS Geo Demlng .,. ... .' .* -J* J 49| : .. .t;. .. . 2. M Bay street "Drop me a LineWALTER/' T 1[ stamped envelope. The National. Star!
Unknown ... ..". ...,". !o :2 J" ...J.-... ., 3 2O HAWKINS, o11 Insurance lldg., Chicago. Jan31)l
ti.Isk:b tb*.low u..wd.ot..Y.ow.e.sl-of Urn,tabor sad cocas Unknown... ....... ...<. . $ .... 'C . ,.: . .. 90 JTa. Pass. Agt,
lSllI bI..d fall off h a SallleJOard. .. . .. .. JotM .. .- . .... . .. 4 8O J. b. HAILE O. P. A. Jacksonville.Havannah No Cure-No Pay :
S s.el.eb..dews rIST-t do..8 seo.M KISS .. .'. . .. .... .... . . .. 128 Oa.
KthMUote.BMd Aaawt f IW. Unknown. ... . .... . jot 60.. .: . . .. . .. l2IJ That is the wall: all druggists sellGrove's k
JDb M. PENNY* CO., . . . . .. 1 28 Tasteless Chill Tonlo for chills
Unknown. ... .. J 61.. __ __ .. .... ___ ___ 111
Detroit, Mto* Unknown . ... . . J loe fl7.. ..... .... ...... 96 u n -I .un 'Om and malaria. It Is simply Iron and qul-
II B Archibald et al. .. lot ... ., .... ..,.... 04 FAITHFUL MEN OR aiM! In a tasteless form. Children loveIt.
8 F "..' lot 00, ro . ... .. .. . 1 28 RSYAL.TANSY.PILLSGEwMM'.vLNV WANTED to travel for responsible Adults prefer.1& to bitter nauseating '
Mrs L B'Bl'gelow..V... lots 71, 72. 73. 7", 75,76,77,79,79,80,81, M, established bOOM la Florida. Salary tonics. Price AOo. ,
OUR 83 8-1. 85,8 87 9 W, 93, : *Bvmriut 780 and expense position .1y,
FORTUNEY 88189.90. 941b permanent.
.... .: 08,97,98, ;99, 100, 103, 104 I Reference. Enclose1 U-exdreed] AGENTS-'28 to 140 per week easy.You .'
.- ......... .-., ... 1011,107,108,109, 110, 111; 112, 113, 114,, W 7a stamped envelope. The National, BUr work right around home. A brand,
b tn'IR.LU1 LLtI.IIbee 113 f ****, ill.......... .. ................. 480 |> "rxw Insurance Bldg., Chicago new thing. Write to us quick I Yon +'.
= ., T (crow- .,.. .lotlDlkA..FI.her..dditlon. ........... 1 40 ..... will be surprised at bow easily It can be 1k ,
LNe"io'4WA.. .... r'cA.... v Mithe'r" .......... ..- Iou 5, 6, 7, blk A Flsbert addition....... 15 12: I ..,= m Calking done. Send.. your address, aDJwa1-
':. U"..";\- :m'wr.a1lr ..a Joe Flehet....... ...... .. Joe 1 B" M ,.. ... .. 1 *? c: lY. I -Thf'Walt hfaohln.No .. U will be to your Interest to p b"
"r.. awW h noK'Ten... ....... .... .1052 B" ..... ... 320 one, t9; No. two, 910; So. three, tWTltiaTlUe Write today. Address. "People's"p
:.=w-.r.-. o.u-_ .... Joe Fi4 er ................ M3 B". Y .... . 128 Sold by J. S. Screven, only. J'1a. SMI Market fit, Philadelphia, XX.. s *r ryy1





., I'.. L ...., ".MM. .. .' ....,.. .: Jt' <>''f<.;1.1.MJf.. o>ooM... '(". i........ ,.,.'J/\l,. "LII.7..t'lti..., ,"" ,)'.. } ..... .., ......,; ;, ,,, *..' ,'J' a. f) )i'h"? : ,.jo. ".... .. .f "u I:

.. -

i \ .,. .. .''I' ': .rr -..,..-"-'" "':"" ." .',' ', e.' '>' r .' .. w." ... .. ..,'
;:' ( :
t'i' '
//\1\ :' .. ,
r .
't t j I. e
', \ '
." ., H) t' ;1,
;t I If ; If
t:1: .ftr;.. 1 \ l I '
? ? l 1I '
,. !.J,' t .
L '
, 1 J 1..1 .: ,\\ ,4 .

.I ," ,,', I 'g" INDIAN RIVER.! ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 24. LE97.tii .

\ for them to pas their leisure time there. better knowledge] of Ills "4orks f Lei State-ohOhio, City of Toledo, )t 1M. Michigan Lumber and ManufacfurioTf

tii Poor and WeafcCatarrh ; So they get out into the streets, the those who are In authority be wise In :Frank Lucas Cheney County.makes oath)that.be:,. ,

1 ', ,. lanes, 'and parka, and are subject 1.0 time and arouse themselves to understand the senior(partner of the firm of F. -J. i MANUFACTURERS OF _
1 : 'temptations. If the .churches are wherein their true strength lies. Cheney &Co., doing business -
{ and Bronchial. TroubleHad great aforesaid

J 4 ll no Appetite- Now Better In i closed to recreation, there are other Let them realice: the,dangers that beset of and Toledo that said,county firm will'and pay State the sum of Cypress or Pine Lumber;: Mill Stuff, Sidings, Fin
and their need of from
Every Way-A Delicate Child. ; plaoes which specially provide It. The our youth reserve One Hundred Dollars for each and every

n y. ,"Some time sine J took a sudden oold theatres, music balls, and low dancing: the numerous forces of evil. In every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured :by Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and

4i and could not get rid of it. Bolng subject And concert rooms, have always an am- district will>be found educated and In- the use of,Hall's Catarrh Cure. semi t
Ili t trouble I I: too and telligent laymen and whose tal- FRANK J. CSENJ 'Y. Good work and material at low: prices. Take :Mala street car line to
wli to catarrh and bronchial coughed pie bill of faro, often ooarso sensual women; ,In
before: and subscribed
(i I; A'' + terribly. I lost my appetite and 'crew!! and the flashy glitter of their 'surroundings ents lie buried; but who will gladly cooperate Sworn presence, this Oth me day of December, office. ,
i'' + and weak and I did not feel like I the
p poor Is calculated captivate the In any possible manner with A. D. 1880.
old line 485.
ji( work. I began taking Uood''s Sarsspa-i( young and inexperienced. The public clergy"in promoting tbe .
; I i '! I I rllla. In a short time the cough disappeared houses and billiard room are also in moral Improvement of, those around f eE L } AW. GLKABON.
I I' "' r' > I slept well, had a good appetite what ___.I Notary Public.
full swing. Everything that appeals to them. And In a number of ways
and I waa better In .every way. Last : Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internallyand
!1 ( 3 }I4 spring I was opt feeling; well,had no appetite our lower nature Is placed before them might this be
; } I and no strength.,, I resorted to i without stint But the means of Intelligent divest their minds of false sentiment' and surfaces of the -system. Send for HARRY
Hood's Sarsaparilla and soon felt more I and elevating recreation are resolutely organize; all the'forces of goodto testimonials, free. &
F. J. ( { '. like work. My little nephew waa a delicate comparatively rare. It Is time there are overcome the evil I Z3T Sold by druggists, 75o.
w thUd and had humor.which trouI .
; ,, a many public libraries and. reading-rooms
sits 1t ; I t ',- bled him so he could not reat at night in parts, and the usefulness.ef these can As the name Indicates, trail's. Vegetable In a. Maine village II. MASON & CO. Jobbers in Fine Impo
Sicilian Hair Renewet-ls a renewer of One woman residing
& Be has taken.a few bottles of Hood's Barsaparllla -
; un y } w and now he has a good appetite scarcely be realized but after all, young. the hair, including its growth, health, has been so much annoyed by loafers W Bay Street,

I ,+ t, 'and la able to sleep" Miss ABBIH Js people do not always want to read or to youthful color., and beauty. It will please leaning against her fence. .that she now JACKSONVliiE. Liquors and Cigars ij
i sit In a room where they must be as still you. ,
Mans. It freshly
i 'a o FREEMAN, South Duxbury, keeps painted.
1+ "
.M mice; they like to gather together

';r' ood's' Sarsa- where they can see and .can commune The Empress of Japan, one of the Canadian ':No-To-Bao for Fifty; Cent Grade Whiskies E ft

,, I : parllla with each other. *And we ask, what Pacific railway steamships<<, has Guaranteed tobacco habit ours males weak ,
men strong, blood pure. 600.'1. All drugglut
Is tho One True Blood Purlf or.Ali druggists! tt places would be more fitting: for this just completed the fastest tranll-r clfio "'-r--:;;;:: .....'

L ''r i' f are the beat( after-dinner than our chapels and churches ? passage on record: She went from Van- Whiskies-Imported and Domestic: Southern Belle,Rock and Rye................Imm''I"

,,, :I I i ,1 ,I JAWd S IrisJS: pim, digestion.. 250. There wait a time when the churchwas couver to Yokohama In eleven days, and Notice' of* Election. Olna Brandies-Holland-Domeiitlo,OI
i + "_ the sole oralmostthesole, educatorof thence to Hong Kong: In eighteen. This i. Hum ., ........ ..... ......,......" ..... .................. ...11'10'1-1rom'l-'
i4 tSA. G I Wises-Port Sherri Catawba, Muscael, Claret, etc, from..................... ... '
a-t! ;:' the people, and when beriMliflces were included stops. An average 'speed. of UNDER and" virtue of authority vented In Clarets-FinestBranSe.. ., ? ..., .............,.. '. ,......,..... from lit
TilE ClIUltCIIESAS EDUCATORS. maintained. the ordinances of the Town of Tltunvllle Bottled Beer..................... ..,.1..t. ,....... .... ..... .:.. ............... ., 12.2\JII':\
to buildings knots Florida, I, R. C. acting .1rom'I.II",
always open all comers. These seventeen was Brands at Low Prices. "
other Fine equally
k 111 S mayor of said town, do Inane this proclamationmilling l 53T": All
( : were'not then regarded as. the an Election Raid town,to be holden on Jugs and demijohns will be packed In boxes, when so requested, wlthOll

'" -. privileged property of a few, but as. the Will you give up all that health meansto MONDAY. THE 2IIth DAY OF OCTOBER, 1807, tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express (;
J0.I IT{ \\1 BY I.ADTCOOK (nee TENNESSEECLAFLIN) heritage of all. Public meetings were you 1 U not l look out for Impure the same being the Fourth Monday of said not take liquor C., O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble.DJ,
gin'' blood. Cure bolls, pimples, humors and month;in the Council ottcehtOne Chamber, for the election Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO.,
11 there of the
the vestries
}I: [For liar* Indian River Advocate. } held schools la were them taught, there, and eat on rainy, all scrofulous Sarsaparilla tendencies. Jby takingHood's I One Marshal following Mayor. 301,307, 300), 811, )/W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, Fa

: It was beautifully said by. Lortl BaconIn ; and cold days the children played at 1, One Collector of Taxes. ---
'c j One Clerk who ball also be treasurer and as-
;, J one of his essays: The first creature marbles in their aisles and on their Hood's Pills are purelyrvegetable and lesNor of taxes. E. WIHCHENHACH, Manager. F. M. BURST, T

9} ,} 1 i' of God In the works of the days was the smooth flag-stones. "In the dawn of the do not purge pain or gripe.,All druggists Three Aldermen, to serve for two years Nolle each.
And I hereby give notice that Albert ,
, t '! 'Y a" light of the sense; the 1ast,was the light drama, it was almost confined to these I Fred Frank Dnren have been ap- FLORIDA MACHINE WOR
In Canada pointed judges,and Robert Pentland clerk, of ,
,consecrated buildings. Passion-plays Sal last year4 yielded
a 1, of reason; and hl.s&bbath world, ever mop aid election with the approval of the Town ,
.. ..lnco Is the Illumination of his pirlt. hold the people In awe and taught them 1'3,'100,000; cod,$3,800,000. Next in value Council" of said town

1 v '' Cert:.:aly It is heaven upon earth to have scriptural Incidents. As these degenerated -'come herrings-$2,780,000, and then Attest i, ']t. O. BCRIMGEOUK Acting Mayor.. IRON and BRASS CASTINGS

t a man's mind move ,In charity, rest in In character, they were succeededby lobsters, 2210000. O. CAR P-ELWES,

I !' ,,!;::', Providence, and turn, upon the poles of "moralHes" or,moral plays, In which Clerk. General. Repairing Promptly. & Accurately

truth." the passions of mankind, good and evil, Tbe victories of Hood's
I I I ,;. .
c j The churches} Ave done much to Inculcate were personified, and played their parts Sarsaparllla over all ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. Iron Building Columns, Shafting, Pulleys, Ed)
of disease"Conclusively
f the precepts of charity, even upon the church stage. All these aught Forms 5 and Boxes Slat
prove Sash
S when they have themselves violated Its the people to reason for themselves, and That Is an unequalled NEAR & TAYLOR'/, Weights and Grate

"It, ,. spirit. .They have also been the authorized prepared the Vay 'for the reformation, Blood Purifier. In conquers Bars Saw Mandrel, of all'*
Successors McAllister.
( to John ) a Specialty.
' civil freedom and of thought. The demon. Scrofula,
teachers Of a belief in Providence liberty Furnished15iTJG1

r I 4 ,;i IIp i '{; \ It and of the wisdom of submitting cheerfully For the writers of" these dramas wore salt Relieves rheum the'cures itching running and sores burning, ulcers of, Artesian Well Contractors ,

I r I i to Its decrees. But as regards "the frequently men' of great intellectual bolls, pimples and every other form of r -gft '-. MTT x..S.

1 i poles of truth," no much cannot be said. power, 'and,1I11.1 such, were enemies of humor or diseases originating la Impure EAU CALLIE, FLA. Telephone 102. Office,and Shops at End of Viaduct In Blraj

Yet this Is the Illumination to which the superstition, and employed all the art blood. The cures by Hood'Sarsaparlllaare JACKSONVILLE
absolute permanent, perfect
cures- ,
I J''I',' great philosopher, refers; the full enlightenment they dared to enlighten the people. Bures. They are based upon Its great .

1 I1 ./ of the whole man. Systems It was. not long ago1 that It was the power to purify and enrich the blood. ,

1 e. of theology may be true'or false, but no custom for tho congregation to give aud: o :2-2: : A .S'. IB 3L -cr.: M c&; CO,

_. one can be sure which are right and ible expresalon'of their approval or"dlsappioval Sir John Burns, Bart., who has Just
' I'' J whiahwrong, or whether there are any of the preacher's sentiments received a peerage at the hands of Queen r -

that are absolutely the one or the other, This however, has been suppressed by Victoria; is the head of the Cunard :Fine: Wines and Llano

q I because all these rest upon the uncer act of Parliament., A false notion ol steamship line, and is a Justice of the 417 A lie TV, Bay M, |

tale basis of metaphysics.! Except in a !sanctity, has minimized the usefulness ol peace and a deputy-lieutenant for the II JACKSONVILLE ",

& few essentials even morality differs from these buildings, and, the efforts of the counties of Renfew and Lanark. His \I ,.

age to age. But truth is everlasting and clergy. The, only resemblance to the father on whom the baronetcy was con- thy RICH blood.WINES Don't create make good the,.wakl iMll

Invariable whether It be taught or not. past is In tbe matter of Sunday schools] ferred In 1880, was the first to carry buying sour poor wine 'beam if
L cheap. It In not. It has a mo,
"I To know It Is to Jbo illuminated by the and even these are being confined to malls across the Atlantic In steamers ir effect upon) the ..Mt....if Jgreeable

i Eternal Spirit. To "turn upon the poles secular places, when possible. In the ICCIVCD Tau good wine. really not expeodntee. .,
gives you that pulled>ge1IIIf |
J of truth" would be the attainment of meantime, the churches aro either grad- HIGHEST AWARD La'PURITY- ? satisfied feeling IKfT
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tour Lift Away of\rt(
We make a Specialty
I H ually becoming defunct or are revertingto
the highest Intelligence. ,,
To quit tobauoo easily and forever, be mall sue Mountain Dew Corn WhltllJ|\
y It Is the reproach of the churches and Catholicism. netlo. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No.To- ROBT. W. SIMMS years Parties old, {living 2.50! per In g&ttae Dry Tows

their creeds that they aro too narrow, Why then should we not Imitate the Baa the wnnder-worlrer. that make weak men ,. i well to order from at we wf
BOo or SI. Cure a all .
All druggists guaranteed
strong. orden.ff "
them 50 cent.on
!! I' ,that they have instituted too broad a practical wisdom of our forefathers, and Booklet and sample free. Address SOLE AGENT AND per send money wit!
''I line of demarcation, between what Is throw them open freely and gratuitouslyto Sterling Remedy Co.: Chicago or New York. '<::. We will not open newa<:coon
the wants of the people P What more Wholesale : suitable Jacksonville referenctM
and what ..
? ,, religious secular revolving Liquors ;No Goods sent C.O.D toDTM

1 w it ,r upon the poles of.thoology and morality suitable places could be selected for lectures Live bees, according to Ice-and RefrIgeration I /'f q .\ t-\. a Brewers Agent and for Uottlen Indianoimlli, ,InUlutp Brerol. >. |

i h Instead of those of truth. The 1 and concerts of sacred music and sometimes shipped on Ice
consequences are so '
Jacksonville, Florida. Hercules Malt Tonic,'2.28 per case; Clayton&|Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,.'P
i I q r of this policy has been fatal to Christian; gatherings and every sort of as to keep them dormant during the jour- .

r'i' h themselves, causing Innumerable divisions Innocent recreation, than those houses ney says an exchange. This Is particu- J3P" Write for Prices. :

1 variant beliefs, and a restricted In which have been consecrated to the service larly the case when bumble bees have

fluence. In their eyes one kind of truth of God P The early Christians been taken to New Zealand-where they Wanted. THE PAINT STORE
...Agents ..
only is divine, one species of knowledge feasted and had their "free-and-easles" are useful In fertilizing the red clover

l only is to be sought after, or at least In their meeting-house.; why should we that haa been introduced Into the colony. FORJUVENILE L-
I must precede all other, and this the least be more squeamish than they Do we

J amenable to demonstration, or prof.Ir serve our Maker 'better by giving Him *Everybody Bay So.Casoarets HOLIDAY ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS,

i But think that all lip-service and chanting meaningless
we humbly truth Is Candy Cathartic, the most won-
GJ, divine,'that all Intelligence Is a spiritual hymns, or by purifying our minds of Ig- derful medical discovery of the age, pleasant r AND

t Illumination, and that the "divisions be- norance and expanding: our souls by a and and positively refreshing on kidney.to the, liver taste and act bowels gently, Standard Subscription. -c r alJ. Jape

t tween "secular" and "sacred". kn wl-! cleansing tbe entire system, dispel\ colds,
headache fever, habitual. constipation ,' t
and the euro e
edge, supposed superiority of and biliousness. Please buy and try a. box $OOA,18,
.' the latter, are purely'artlfiolal and mis- of U. C. C. to-day; JO, 2b, BO cent Uuldand: Outside: Cold Water Paint.

i leading. Indeed, it Is questionable if guaranteed to cure b11U1 druggists. By the W. B. Coakey Company, the
largest publishers and manufacturers of I. :E. BAIRD & CO.
i III, priority should be given to either, ,
printing books in the United States. Finest line .
? whether secular knowledge should not :$-Jf you need any job we of new holiday and other subscription

I 4 atand first. A,*man, without being a shall be pleased to get a share of it. books on the market. Also agents wanted 83 West Bay & Laura Sts., .. JACKSONVI1 !,

{ fool may not be able -to believe In the for""The Silver side," the latest and
but he would be "" best text-book on the silver question by Paints Oils, Glass, 'Varnishes, and Room MouldIngs.SA.W ))
Trinity, distinctly fool- W ixvto<3L uSL I&Cctxa.
r the great silver leaders. Exclusive ter-
ish who should that the
deny earth
goes 0 In every section at once to sell staple ritory. Largest: Commissions. Prices

.round the sunT And the value .of every goods to dealers; no peddling; experience below competition.Write AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONTttlE yBIo!

-fcort. of knowledge must be Judged by its unnecessary; best side line. $78.00 a at once for circulars and special PtUtttk. Fla. E..Bay St.. Foot titWILSON
"u efutn s.. The great writer already month. Salary and expenses or large terms, stating your choice of territory.W. .

d remarked "As FOUND DEAD. commission made. Address, with 2 cent B. CONKEY
quoted : it Is acaution COMPANY CYPRESS COMPACT
tt stamp for sealed particular,Clifton Soap
ii iiI given In religion that faith be shown Why did he do its He bad everything ,
by IMS
to live for,-happy home,' wife, friends; and Manufacturing: Company, Cincinnati 341,343. 347,340,351: Dearborn St.,
works, the same ls excellently trans- money.; but ho shot himself through the Ohio. CHICAGO. Manufacturers of. -
;, t. (erred likewise ,to philosophy; that! It heart., Why r r

Abe Judged by Its fruits and the, sterile himself He couldn't But everything-have given looked a rood gloomy reason and La

I 'J' f be counted vain; and the more ao If,..In to him. He was in a gloomy frame of mind. GEORG MARX. JOHN MARSH Cypress Lumber Shingles,
It was the he looked at life ,
way that
7 i place of fruits of the grape and olive, He had been living in too much of a hurry day., i
: U produces but thistles and thorns of rushing and driving' at business, hustling; 1VI.. : : :sz: <>S. A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling: siding, mouldings,

.''disputations and strife" through His hi* meals, cutting short his sleep. i Wholesale Dealers In---- lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipment '
1 "1' nerve got on edge t his stomach and
+ We have been led to these reflection liver got out of order; he grew dyspepticand mouldings of all patterns a specialty
Grooer1es.: : Fruit ars.d :E=' and bee I
melancholy. : :rod.uoe.IS1 .When at come
r I by considering the great opportunities home write us for prices;,when np our way
When the digestion U out of order there and 193 East 87 Street *nd a _481'8.na.Street.
h of disseminating useful knowledge, and I* little HM trying to look on the bright side
t s of promoting truth and morality which 01 things, practically there ten't any bright Jaol ston'Qi.loFlorida.: ::: .

9 are possessed by our religious teachers, into.side. Yet This it i*i*a easy dangerous to get into condition and mighty to gel ;W. B.: DAWSOXT

t I and which unfortunately are systematically in hard to get out of It, unless yon go about it ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY ,
r neglected. The thousand of stately There that ha
remedy pulled taon.
,\S piles that have been erected In this suds of people right out of this depth of We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; Wholesale and Retail
$ at Immense cost despair. It is Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of flay Grain and Feed. We want
r liberality Discovery. It act directly upon the stomach your Oranges and Vegetable.. Give us a trial and you will be pleased- _
____JT j ef pious benefactors are, as a rule, and liver. It restores their natural

s ff closed to the public, except on Sundays.H capacity It purge to away nourish bilious and poison purify the, feed*y tem.the MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. WINE & LIQUOR MERC

Any day In the week we may"pass ,a nerve-centre with healthy highly vitalised
f kundred Protestant churches and find blood and drives out the A bias devil" of .

6 4 ; ,them empty with locked doors. The devout melancholy 1. Warner.and No.nervousaess.L 1900 0 Street. Sacramento. magnolia Croc ry.... 1 119 1 West. Bay' St.r Jacksonville, Fla ;
i 1 '{v ,, cannot even, a* in Roman Catholic Cal.writes During the teat are veai* I ban
been doctoring with aa many.mix duTmnt doo-
edifices walk In to pass' a few minute tore her and fa See Francisco for diseased stomach H. A. HENRY Proprietor. Fine Old : Wines a Hi
Liquors and
In private de.otlolUOn ; but acne or the doctor gave me even ternpnrary Imported ,
relief. Twodt6tIw years ago I completely collapsed Wholesale and Retail Dealer In ,

( the other hand on every evening .any ti., sa. give Id.pen leave_. I''.have_felt 1eI. Mexican and' Florida Cigars.
!. the week hundred of thousands of tm looking over ,... *da !" the Baa Francisco ***STAPtE' AND FANCY GROCERIES.
!baal..1 ..a acres yo.n. and 1 ***
.. young people of both ..zu. after'' their "(*a4 DTCMM .......1Ma1 to D&'. nra7ae<{ FINE :

work I la over do not know where to' go *Id OoMern_ 1..turn.....lake tH.coMii'aad* fonteea .bottle... UItI.of...the... .' Rlteor. : call for our Cash Price List,'which- will pleas you. .A.N"OY: : GROOEB.....

.r what to do with themselves: Their .r 'rtnaaat hurt'amd 1 *a* cvtkely. well of 103 Main and 33 Wert Forsyth Streets ,JACKSONVILLE WHISKEYS( from $2.00 Per Gallon"up ward.. 'I'handle no
ill atoeaMh....bI.. : J'LA.
aim bow
slier ever*
"f. hones. perhaps, offer no Inducement ......... .asa sew ready to go to work ......* I Telephone Not 156."'"" ** J PrIce) List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited. "
;' ..... '
It yoi
wish city
.,;. to open an account you must igi? flrs olas*
N 1 .. .
l .
4l r A ,
4 e
4N .

4''. .. .
i 'r .
4 a-"t ,...... ,Lff"; '
-" -* '.- ': f:,. ;<*#'r* ,-t\ ";1 ..... "

.., "''''; \m\. \ ..- .....,
'" .. ,.' ., .



iNbJB RlVES :AbVOCATK.. SEPTEMBER 24.. 1197.* 3

fessional Cards. TOWN TAX SALE L.ISTT. 'M B Met (nap-_. lot 4 .. B. '" II ,..>.U., ., 3 20

Joe Fisher. lot 8, o, 7" K ". .. .. a 84 Hon HS & GODFREY
IIO..U.;. WALTIRS.eLaAn. STATE OF FLORIDA, E II Carlile. ,.. . . .lotl u .. 04 ,
S & l BREVARD. J lr Di Fisher ... .,.lots 0,11 .* 1.. aa Manufacturers of
NOTICE Is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold .Kmily PatoIs .nV lot 14 Joyn,>rTJlI ., .. 128
ITTORNEYS-AT-LAW' at public auction on the First Monday in October 1807, at the City Council Kobbina & Graham Co. lv, lo( Ill" '. 128 Yellow Pine Lumber
IOUBS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., Rooms, at ntuavllle, in the County of Brevard or so much thereof as will be Unknown. .. lot IS .. i BO
1 and 2 to 4 p. m. necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the- same. ,. to- 'I J J Box . .. lot 2\: i tlO'
gether with costs Mrs TW Sinifch,. lot 'IS: .. 3 20 XOtlGR DRK88KI,

ILLS Brevard Coq Florida., GEO. B. RUMPH, Ja.,. Collector. Unknown.',... . lot aiib-tliv Uft: 38 Joynvrville. 64 Oraaf..Ito. .........
011. Unknown ., . .wt"stoflot31 IMI
and fed Fruit a Vegetable Crate
itloe In aU the ooiirts-stmtj? W Bellamy. . ... lot 5sub-divldlta38,39,40,41,42Jot'h'ilie: 320

itlttle for eumlnlnK and perfect- OWNER.DESCRIPTION.. AMT Unknown . lot 7 .. .. .. . .. ........ 1:1: Lumber through rialtvenwl bill of lulling.at any part Aayonn of Indian enritnmnlak.RlTMon
Ie. All in Sec. 3, township 22 Sv range 35 E. T xlCs., MrsTWSmitthagt.lotS ..... .. . . 320I hilt building on th" Rant COW.I.WOUM do well ttwrite .

Gardner & Emerson . .. s>f of wj," lot 1 block A. .. . . t ,3 20 Unknown ... lot 14 .'. . .. .. . 28 J.,T.J fornrlro 0 K.. w..Ry.. Tb.,8 miles SawmlllU situated on. the
[ Y-ELWES, Unknown. . ... ,. ,. lot 1 Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4.6.6.blk. A *4 80 Unknown lot 13" .. . . .. . 128 south of Palatka.Satauznn
J E Lanouette.. ..,.', .. lot 26 .* u a 9 (io Unknown. .... lot 16" . .. . . . : 128: Hlghta,Putnam co.,Fla.
OTARY PUBLIC Elliott Titus . .. n W of lot 1 exo n-20ft Wager's sub-d blk B 3 20 Unknown lot 17 ? . .,. . .. 188 .
STATE AT LARGE. 6 N Nlle. ... . . 8H lots 8,6 Wager's sub-dlvblkB. . S 20 Unknown .lolIS .:.. .. .. ..., .... 128 NATIONAL 333
paid 'for non- M K Titus./.. .. w 4-5 lot 1 exo. n-20ft block C ... .. ,. . :256 BradtordOodfrey.,1ot23. v* .. . .. ..... .. 04
--rltlng and taxea accounts collected M E Titus:. .. . . w1.8lotb block 0. . . ... . . 64 HoweUTItui*.... ...,, . lot 25 . .'.: .. . 80 Home-Seekers
rents solicited. S J Norton . . .... s>{ of elot 2: blk D... . .?. ? . .'. 3 20 Edward L Dupont. . lot 20Elmer . .. ., . .. . 06
Correspondence. Florida. Peter Duff .. . .. . I lot 10, blk D. .. . . ...... .. .., . 6 40 Shultz.... . .. lot :27 '" .1.i . ::. ...... . 00
lie, JT&KWR7Co. ... n 50-f of lots 1,2 3, blk K .. . . 32110 Elmer Shults. ... .. .. .lot30" . ,. ._. .\. 06o REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
E K Turner ,. . . . partlotsl,2desist, deed bk J pg230 blk E 3 20 Kate FSalniatlot(8:( *" 12
M. GIVEN, M E Titus (widow.a3Tlot4block) Eo. .... ? ,!.... ... 140 Mrs L.B.Bigelow.lots37,38Rnrdell'addition\ \ ;! "I"".!! 3 84 -
M E Titus (widow). .. lots 6 and block E, . . .. . . 11 39 8 F Travie.. .-. . :. lot 31) . ..., .. 64 Exchanging; Property for Property a>
M E Titus (widow . . wglot7blkE Maria Flouting .. . .. lot . ... .. ..
SURVEYOR ) . . . :. .. . . 320 -0. 04 Specialty. Send Dewrlpdnn of what
I ENGINEER & JT & K W R'yCo..lots 1. 2. it, 4, 5, 6, 7, blk F. ,. .. .. ... 32: IK) S U Ray . . . lot 1 block.! Fisher's addition . . 32: {
01', Brevard Cot t Florida. SIX Ray . ;. .. . ? part lot 8, 10 des in deed bk K pg UOblkF: 160 Peter M Fisher.. ... .. ., lot 2" R y . 3a you have and what you want.

J A Coleman .. . ... n. strip lot 1 blk G. . .. .. .... ..' 3 20 Stephen Ellis. o. . . lots K: ? -. ... . loo) &CALABAR, Indian River,. FLORIDA.C. .
urveyed and classified mappingne J A Coleman . . ?'. strip lot 1 blk G. . . . .".. .. . ? 3 20 Peter M Fisher . .... .. .. lot 4 K ..,. .?. ,.. 32: .
| ; special attention to plans A Montgomery .'. :. part lot 1 des in deed bk: M pg 630 blk G. 12 80 Peter M Fisher .. .. :. r lot 2 ,YY F . . . 111 C. CARROLL
libations of structure work I.ACoieman..w '. "ll"JO.I" G. 0 f 0 A Wittgate ..,".. . lots F . . . 128 Real Estate '
Buildings, etc., and alt branches B R Wilson ... . .p. lots R, 6 block K. . .,.. . .. .. .. .... 12 80M Peter. M] Fisher.r, lot 4 ", F ....'" . 10 Agent.
pgineerlng.JEN E Titus . ., . s>i of w>i blk L. . . ., :. . . . ft 12 ..
R I. Lockard . . . n% of w& block L. .,. . . . . 5 12: Phoenix Mills Lumber Co. lot bouiuhxl n by Orangn st, s by Broad st, i Choice .
E. FOSTER, W R Sanders . . ... lot 11 e-aub of old blk % (for Bap church). D 00 ,'. w by.; Knlg at, e by street not yet named '
Theodore Titus . ..? lots 3, 4 LeBaron's map of old blkL: . l'' 60 and known as factory lot TUimllle. 12 80 ts_ Wines, Liquors

1TTORNEY-AT-LAW,. JT&KWByCo.lots 6,8, D" 3. ,. 040 *' In Svo.,4 township 22: S, range 35 vattt. ,.arkd Cigars.Guaranteed ..
M E Titus. . .. . ,'lot 7 3. .. Oil,
420 & 423, Gardner Building, D K Harrison. .. . .'. n lot 1 sub-dir des in deed bk J pg 111 WA. Kawls. . . ,. ... blk 84 and n-212-ft of blk 36 plat In book Pure. .
1 2-fe(; front on Lemon st and 78-ft on < : 'I page 101\.-. .. .. . . . . . :320 I Sold at reduced r.
ILLK, FLORIDA. Broad st, block 4., . . . . .,.. 8 00 E G Il.rrU. . . . . s 14 acres" of lot 1 des In deed bk O pg 288 4.48 Y pricesImnnrtvd
W R Knox . . .. . e,>ulotIofeaatsub-dtvofblk4. ... . 920 KGllarria.. ." part nel/ of ne> des I In deed 'k pg :2H8.! :320 'Y' .
Mrs J E Harrison. . . lot 2 east sub-div of blk 4. . .*. . . 1 60 W F, !, : lot 9'Morrow's addition. . . . . 1 CM wine,
GoRDON R. BROOME. NraJEHarrison.lot4 .' 4, . . q. 160 In Sec 33'townshlp2l 8, range. 35 eaR .' Tokikjr
& BROOME M 0 Welser. . . . lot 10 "' _" 4. .. .,. . .. . 1 0:1.: from Italy
Pace & Doyle. ?. . . lot 2 blk 6-.. . . . ... ..... 3 20 I C II Watson... . ... lilt cor block 1 Rice's addition.. ... . ,. /t. 06
&..TTORNEYS-AT-LAW Goldsmith . .. . n lot 8 block 0.. 1'. > .. ,'. . . .. .. 8-20: LDLocknrU. :.. ... !ldCOr1". . . '. ... 128 John B.. Togni ,
Mrs E Lanouette. . .. s> lot 5 block 8. .:. .. . . ... . ... 3 20 Wm Smith .. . ... . all w 2" . . . 11)2 Metropolitan $Siiloon lift: Gust Bay St.
(over Bank) Ii' W Emerson.... . .. lot 1 block 8. . . .. ;,. . .. . 3848G LM Price. . ;. . . all 8 ;' ." . . . 2 2( .
Vanlandlpg'ham..lot3" 9. . . . . . ... 800 LM Price ,'; .-. . sVtf x 6" .. ... . . VII( ,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
-, Florida.. H J Barkadale.lot 7 9. . . .. . .. .. ,j. ,.... 4 80 Howell Titus. . . ... nfi II" .''. i tlO WholmitU a nil Itvtftll...... P,
Fla. East Coast Ry Ca. lot 8 9. . .. . . . ...1. .. 640 E G 1lolton. ... ... . .. ne oor7" . . . 1 :lit
[>R S. JONES, Mrs M E Paddlson. .. :'lotll O. 1 .-.. .. . ... . 1600 SlmonHamberg..V.senor 7" . . . W\\
Fla East Coast Ry Co. 10tlU, 12. bloeklO.. ., . -. .. .. . 0 60 Simon llaniberg. . .s part of" 9" ".. . . (M .The Largest and Most Complete k
Gardner & Newberger.... lot 4 li. ... . ... ., .. 266 Howell Titus .1. . ... 100-ftsqln bloek11 IMI Establishment South.
TTORNEY-AT-LAW. 1IIrITWSmlth..lotlS 11. . .. . ... ... . Kfl Fla East Coast Ry .Co ... lot des In doed bk S page 2150. .. .. . 8 40

ILLS BREVARD' CO., F&A. John FOl.. ...... ... .:. lot 8 11. : .. . .., ...., 2 66 In'See township 21 S\ range 35 east.J GEO S HACKER & SON
Howell Titus. .. ... ...-I.lotl 12: . . .. . .... : 000 ,
ty Judge of Brevard County. Theodore Titus . . lot 1 block 13 . . ,. ... .. . . . 2 56 P Turner... :. . .,.. ,, s part ot lot 5 blk. B Colnnan's addition? 12 80
Theodore Titus. . . lot 2" 14 .. . .. ... : .. ... .:.. 160 J P Turner ., ,4. .,. lots 4. IS. (J'" 1 V2:
Theodore Titus. . . lot8 ". 14./. 160 Unknown ... : ?. .... lot 6" 0" v 1 28 r

GOLDSMITH B L Wills. . :. ... .. lotl 16. . ,. . : .. . .. 040 J P-Turner. . ... . .lots 7, 8, 0, 0'. 102:
[ John Foy .. .. ,'.. . lots 4, 5,0 block lO..t :. :. _. .. ; .. 800 J P Turner' .. .. ,.,. lots 12 and 1.1' 0'" 128
MB Titus ... ..'. ,. . lot 9 10 .. . . . .... 9(1 Mrs ME Titus ... .. . nji block 1 TItus addition.\.. .1.. . .. 1 00
lATTORNEY-AT-LAW Theodore Titus. .. . lot 12 16. . ... .... .... .. 128 llowellTItua. ... . . sW 1" . . .'. 100 .f
Theodore Titus. ... .. ... lots 17.*. . :.. .. . 128 Theodore Titus. . ..... nil block II . .1. .. 320: )
'I' E 1Iall. . .-. . .. lot IS 17.1'. . .. . 640 lIweI11'ltuB. .,. . .*. .,.all' 3" :. . . 8 20
e, Florida. ME Titus.... . .. .. lot.8 18... . . . .. .. 128 Annie E Titus. ... . ., lot 1" 4 II .'0. . . 128
LonnieNBowman. . lots 4,6bik4.Titus'addltloti! . . 260
M E Titus . ./: . ... lot O 18.,1; 28 ?
CAll Owens.. .. .. lot 3 19.... ., . .. . . 128 WIt Wolf .. . . ,,.lots8,0, II. II ," .I . . U. 00
[). L. DODSON, Euafala Gory: . . .-. *% lot 10 block 19 . . .;. . ... . 04 W II Myers. . . .. .loth "..6 . \ :. :32:
Howell Titus . . lot 11 10. . . ;. . .. . .. 00 Peter Dufr . ... . . all block 7. . .. . II 20
Annette Cleveland .... lot 1 blk 8 . . 128:
DENTIST. Fla East Coast'Ry Oo..lot2 20 . . .. :. .. .j. 112
Fla East Coast Ky Co. ..lot4 ". 20 .. .,.. .. . ..> . .. 128 L BIgvlow. . . ? lots2,8,4blk8Titna'addition/ . . 320:
Fla East Coast.Ry Co.. .. lot 0 20..1..t: . ?. . ... 112 L B Bigelow.... :... . lots 0, 7 blk tt . '. . 221& MANUFACTURERS OF V

Office aver postofflce.LLE Peter Duff.... .. . lot 7 20. . .. ,' . .. ". 04 I. II Bigelow..lot 10 blk 8 . . 00 Blinds
Mrs.CWelser. . ... :. .vlot8 20. . ...:. . . . 61 W W.Tazer. . .... . all blks I. 2, 8, 4 w>{ of blk 7 of Carpen Doors, Sash, ,
r' '- .,- FLORIDA. Fla East Coast 'Ity Co. lots 1, 2,3.,4., block 21. ; . .. .. . 10 20 ter's addition. . . ... ,. r. . . 11 20
Fla .East Coast RyColot8&e- lot 7 block 21. . ; .. 800 Moulding & Building Material; V
_. ,.__ .
GAULDEN: Fla East, boast? .n Co. .-. w'.0 id "I.n* -. .. '. . .'. .*. .
W R Wolf. .. .. . Iots2and3. 22.., : .. . 128 "OUTDOOK8 the New 8fortlnlt Magazine i. \ Office & Warerooms, King, opposite"Cannon
\ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Unknown . ... ... . .- lot 4 ". 22: . .. .. . 128 FISH NG Invaluable- to the salt water, fisherman|, the fresh water flslier. Street
,. Unknown.. . ... . . lot IS. 22. .; . . . 128 man, the snipe woodcock and hare shooter the
atioe In all the Courts of the State Ella M Harris . . lot 6 22. . .. .. . 4 80 bay bird and grouse wild quail fowlJunner., the bltf hunter the tourist, Charleston S. C.
,and the United States Court Poyntz Nolle. . . all block 2.1: .... . .,. . . : .. ?. 12 wheelman photographer boatman and game naturalist Price lOota. ,
J i,235. TrrUSVILLE:, FLA. Howell Titus... . . lot 2 block 25/ .... . .,. ... ; ,. . v '.. 04 91.00 Write for sample
Money to Loan. 18 Sallie J Yard.. . ... . lot 7" 25. .. . . . ..: : : : : :. 64 Subscription par year. copy. Sash Weights Cord and
James Byrd. .. . . Iots8O,10,11,12blk26. .. . . . 3 20 R sORTS j OKO. LOUTUKL. LUCAS Editor and Proprietor, ,
Unknown. .. . . ,.lotl .. 20. .. t. . .. . 64 Xo. 1 Madison Avo., New York, K. Y. .
& CAMPBELL Unknown. .... >. . lot 2 26. ., . . . . 64 Hardware
011 Watson. . . lot 3 28. . .. ... . Ot
BW Nichols. ... . . lots 4 and 6 26. . .. .. .. . 128' Window and Fancy ClassA
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Peter Duff .. . ..". . lot I block 28 ,.. ., ; . .. . . .ec 64 Man Can Run. This
Theodore Titus... . lot 2 28. . . . . .. .,. .;: (14 One Steamboat. SPECIALTY.
vine, Florida. Peter Duff. .. . .. .. . lot 4 28. . . . .. .;;.. . 64 a a .
B & SAdaml. . . a lots 28. .. .. #. . .''. ,.. . 32 C J' IO VIAHI
Peter Duff. .. .. ;. lot 6 28. . .. .. . .... .t. . 64 o XPMIBMOtUTHAOI v
IE W. ALLEN, Peter Duff '.' . .. lot 8 If 28. . . . .. . .. ..' A4
Peter Duff..lot" 10" 28.. .. ... . .. . ... . 64 u 0
| ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Theodore Titus :. . .. lot 11 28. . . . .. .. .. .. .. l' 64 3 COo -.
Unknown..Y.: . Jot 1 ", 29... . .. :. ... .. ..... 64 .a_ ..t''.,' men e
et, .Florida. I Jno H Shufelt... .. . lot 2 20.... . ... .. .. . . . 64Unknown. T
. ..... . lots 2D. . . ... .. . .. .. 64 a
|practice in* the United States M E 'fltus.. .. ,.. .. lote7S,9l0b1k29. .. ? .'. ... . ... 64 c
to) Courts. 9jun95 M E 1'ltuB. . . .... lots ,2,3, 30.,1 . . .. .. 48 f MARKS. e eOOPYNOMTS&
Peter Duff .. . .. .. lots 4, 30. .,. .. . .. .. .. 32: o su .. aAnr
Theodore Titus . . Jot 6 "..30. . .. .:. .. :.. .... 16 F. MBdlfic '' ] nar
|F. H. HOUGHTON Pierre Titus . ... .. ,. Jot 7 .. 30. .. .... .. ." .. .... 20 ::s .HMrt.1 et.Ilt.b1S.' (,:* f m benda..arll41Jeuloa .u .: ..... .Hrlo..-;- ,
Theodore Titus . .. lot 8' ".' 31) .. :. . . .. IS p JKoJ.t I';tl.l.f. lW-t=eiio' ;.....wJn DM::UPttmu if
: . . 82: :: :
Howell Titus. .. .. .... !! 30. . takraVKiuiiB MWtUA43u.r.atte"
DENTIST. Theodore Titus,. . . ...Iotsl0and 11 If 30. .. . .. .:. . 32 apwl.ltotIo.w 11148CIENTIFIO
Pierre 'Titus..lot 12: 30. . :. ;:'.,. . . 22 nSe AMERICAN

r Florida. Theodore Titus.s. .. lots anc'l2 .. 31. .. .. ;. .. . 32 : ....' ......... -"III"' l"e ofa
Peter Duff :. .. . .. Jis2. 4. ? 31.... .. .. ... .. .. 48 MACHINERY: HANDLE:,* FROM PILOT IIO17MK. .."Ollr.ilia.. t..O........l.Sur.M ,...... aIASY11uua ,
Theodore Titus.. L. ... Jots 0 and 7 31.-: :. ... . :. 32 This(tDaiDlKHit !.87.,.. Ion*.e"-...bum, i-ft.depth of hold( draw 12 InnbM of wat.r and I.le ate "{AT..T5'.at MpwUmm fn cost.. AOdrms and
PH E. SMITH, .... . 16 will ran eight mile ma hour. ITiu cabin M14 teat. wltb S"-'I.) licxl-rnoni. Two folding| 1..1. AnJpller. on
8 31.. .. . ..
ME Titus.. ... .. .. .;. lot .iit-lt. Can .oo.immo IloweliTitus.w. lots 0 and 10 31. .. . .. .. .. 38 for pleasure. purpiiiw or IlKbt trel fl"l>ln" IxnlnwM. W.,wlli duplloit for fl,*, or :Sat Br..dway, New *...*... o
PHYSICIAN Pierre Titus. ... i .. .. Jot 11 If 31.... :.: .. ;.. .. 32 wlU alter to lull eouilltlonc,..f price from fW-W) to |1 AW.MKKItlLI .
HowellTitus" .. . .. 12 31.... .. .. :. . . 26 : -iTKVENA: ENOINKEBIMO: : CO., .
Theodore Titus. .. .. . lots 1. 2, 3, 3'J. . . . .. . 48 13* dl 140 EMt Nay Bt.,Jacksonville, ..... Engineers: ( Cantrootor. E o.DO .
D, FLOBIBA. JD Davis. .. .... ... .lot4 91 .. :.. .. . .. . 32 WH'/ Nil HAVi fLUfw.1
Peter Duff. ... . . lot IS 32. . .,.; ... ... . 2(1 STAMPS ''ICI* ,
... . : .... . 32: MNI) B J<
FRIES C. El. H B A rchibald... . . lot 6 .3:1.: I TINIILS: :
Peter Duff :. ... ... .. lot 7 3:1.: .. .. .. ... .. 19 Traveling.... Hi U' ANT RtlfAtfHi wJst
COUNTY SURVEYOR. H C Campbell. . .. .. lot 8 3:1.: ... :. .. . . 32 I MA a i IHM s r SSr.Hf'CKIN nifs I p
... .. . 82: AI :; HH
9 j.
Unknown. : .. :. .:: .lot
I legally surveyed and Inb-dl taed. .... .. lot 1CCejeilecto .. 32. . .. I 10 "
'. . ... .* Robbins & Oraham addItlon.. h. 9 -'
'- T[ 3
bg neatly done. Estimates fords )_ E Webber. . . . lot 17" ** ** A _.. .. 480 o
of engineering works. ''Dlsa Unknown . ... ._ . lot 26" If .. r XI an.eM THE .
Inel James Paine. . ;.... .. lot 28 . .. 3 20 GFo V':1a.: u9Ltlei.xi.to: : toM : r d.I
specialty. K W Co. lot 3Ii" w d. 160
J T.t; Uy I
TU.E, Brevard Co. FLORIDA. J T .I K W Ry Co" }...... lots 37 and 39 Bobbins A Graham addition 8 20 ash- J.J.e, tet:1zi.1.aJ.
Mrs L B Bigelow..... . lots 46 and 41 ". 6 4O :: : : : :: : Wanted-An Idea !
.. ..... .'part of nwy of nwU des In deed bk H ileac pM s 6 .
Delia Ransom. page 77.. . . . . 3 20 Your :root..alELtxNI/UPIfr. (1m.i v.........weel.66I5....
Schultz . ... .. .part of lot 1 Joynervlile.... . . . 6 40 Buy Tickets via "AN"OR" U. .'Mk.w isa.1:1.otI.. )
; :
Elmer : : ewehiudl.4 .
lot 13 . 1 :28 .lY. I.vssUu wan w

A Unknown.J Illppard. .. ." .". .,. n 51T lot n . 1.21f. TJOFTOIV .nOU'VE; : )
.. .. >lot 50 Bobbins & Graham''additYon. 3 20 ANTED-.FAITHFUL MEN OR
eading dealers Mrs L B Bigelow.estate. "II: .. lot 41 Brdeir addition ... . . . fUUnk'nown. Doable Dally Through Train" All eqrrespondenU VV women to' travel lor responsible'
B Young. .. .. . 04 answered and established house In Florida. Salary
.... ... .:. ..lot; 42: lCerdtJl'! addltion promptly sleeplog ear
rerywhere sellRRY'S . ; lot -J"; a . . .... . 04 berths reserved. Will be glad td meet passenger Ot 970 and ..peDII PositUn permanent 1;
SFTravU .. ."... lot 4t .. .. .. . .. 1 12 at depot In Jacksonville or my office, 224 West Reference. Endow self-addrensed
SEE S Ii F De'mlngr. ... ... : ... ..lot..9.., .y:.) .. . 212Oeo Bay street "Drop me a Line.1'WALTER stamped envelope. The National Star V
: .. ...... 320 fsEoROu. 7
Unknown ... ..,. . ,. ..lot5J; : : .y. # HAWKINS Insurance lildg. Chicago., Jmn29,
"rlk tlw lass of tloM,Ubov ud crowd ....... ..... . lot 63 . .. r. .. .. 96 Fla. Pass. Agt.,
kti.Tb. .>Md.oaBliiiawiiqii.t U Unknown. lot M Of . .. _. .. . 4 80 j J. C. IIAILE. G. P. A. Jacksonville. No Cure-No Pay
an.llabt..a.iESy'/puss Sallie .J Oard .. lot 59 : .... .... . . .. 128 Savannah Oa.
w..ro.w tb.b..t t do ant e.eaa.wbmlte.5..d 8 H Bay .. That U the all druggists sell M.Orove's ,
Aasa.lffM.D. ... . . lot 60. . .. . .. 118 way
M. FIERY*CO.. Unknown .. ... .. ., lot 6-1.. . . ... . 118 __. ...__.__.__ 4'__ _____ _._ ... Tasteless Chill Tonlo for chill
Unknown T -'------ -- ---- --- --- and aa1
and malaria It U Iron quinine
.Detroit, Mloh.ull . .lot67. .... . . .. ... W simply
.." .. lotS a -.._.. .. .-.u. It.IIArchibaldetal : FAITHFUL MEN OR la a tasteless form. Children leva o;
; .. . .. 128 WANTED It. Adults prefer U to bitter nauseating
.. ... . . lot 69,70 .. -. RSYAL'TANSY.PILLSpawolar.vsaT' to travel for responsible
S F Grlly. 75 78' 78 ,BO. *1, established bones la Florida Salary tonic Price 50o. 4
B'Blgelow. .... Iou 71. ". 73 7.j. 179 %{ ,
Mrs 83 84, 85, 86, 87, 91! ,93, .r.wra'lA 780 and expenses. Position perman
88189.90 9419 ........_ ... .
FORTUNE: 8fl,97, 99, W, 103, 101 ..A--;. ....1114. mi tmUt MI.dIse la..*..''.".. ent. Reference / .u.addrMM l AGENTS 25 to tw per week easy. 4
a11_ Yo..., KM, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, a'_YS..w a.w-=':::.- stamped envelope. The National. Star You.work right around home. A brand t
lndaee kale'silly TIi_ sI n4 Ma ear IIS,118.17.: ................. 4 8O04O fj' ::..... '. n.a.. Insurance Bldf, Chicago. new thing. Writ to us quick t Yo. ?
A1'aaeaR770Lea/Ai seMtecot. lot 1 blk: A Fisher' addition... .... .. ... -1-1- 4 .... Sass will be surprised at how easily U can bu
... 55.-i 4.
"lief ........__ _._ D T .w- . ... .... 5 12 =:pW Y1wW.wMy d ic don*. Send M your address, anyway
.ou TAT CA lots6,6,7blkAPlsder'oaddltioa. ...........__- to Rapid
..: P M .. 111 L\T"" C: IoM I Calking Machine.No. It win be to your Interest to Investigate.WriU .
..';\- : wr.&v ... JoeFi.her. { J2 M B II 3 20 ODe, t3; No. two, 910; life\ three, ,laTUusvlUe to-day. Address "Pto8M1 s.".
"'. =.-. .:: ........:! Jno Myers... ...'. ,Jot 3 n. M 138 Sold by J. B. serena, !only. FU. e Market fit, PhlladelpU!*, PB... e Y
... ........in.. .... Joe Fiver ..

r ,

:a'' xa + ?

_:.<,.. .


[i ii "


11Jl .

1Jl "., -f,. INDIAH RIVER ADVOCATE. permitted another<{".j to. travel without from one locality effortto 1' they scrub; use and the the tree trunk palmetto.and leaf Please.of both. let. Tarpon Fishing-on Indian River. E. B. Williams & Co '.

-. any me hear from :you. Yours truly F. M. Tyler, proprietor of Hotel Fort
; :' A W..KLT JODBltAt DJtTOTID" TO TBB PBTBbOFMBIIT arres( them. It may be true i. :E. INGHAHAM. Pierce, caught tarpon recently, measuring Wholesale Fruit and Produce
'. O.. Tea I1TJHAN BITXB" LABBwomrn that it is impossible to stamp out Land Commissioner. 0 feet U inches and weighing 175 Ibs. ... Commission Merchaotj

lu f, rf '/ AJTD BIMUXMB. BATIBOTIOBI. the disease entirely by the methods This is the second largest catch'of tbe '
-- Bewails Point.J. fish that caught 65 South Broad St.. ATLANTA
now In vogue, but that a quarantine season, the finest being CA.I
; ; feet S inches,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by Mr.Tucker,measuring 7
has a beneficial preventive effect and OD1estic
w----- and weighing 18ft pounds. These tarpon Foreign Fruit
'1' jt CBARLIM H. WALTON Editor & Proprietor.VloePnwlclent .: scarcely admits of doubt. The : J. T. Waters has resigned as postmaster were Caught in Indian River Inlet near 8,
at Eden :lIe will retire
as soon
b r'1' l ( of Dally Daytonlan Publl h- best safeguard against this dreaded Fort Pierce.
.... as his Is appointed. VEGETABLES imtjiTs
i lug Co.lIa, ,Fla.) disease is thorough cleanliness, successor ,
T : The Norna Mo Beans.Cauliflower Oranges,
I trading yawl, Capt. String ,
and where sanitary conditions of Agriculture
MEMBER OfTHE perfect Lean, has been catering to the wants of, IT. S. Department \ Bananas,
prevail there is little dan- 'the last few Jupiter, Fla. Grape Fruit
: FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, our people during days. Weather.Bureau- Okra-Celery. ,
of serious Cucumbers. Lemons,
ger any consequences.We -
II. J. Brown, 'TUuivllle, is about
)' Jti AFFILIATED 'WITH THE comparative'state. Tomatoes. Limes,
notice that while the quaran- 'The following is a
In the meat business Wave-
M .' National( Editorial Attodation.Addrei tine is termed barbarous and stupid land.engaging lIe expects to serve the at residents ment of temperature and rainfall 1897.for the Beets, Cabbage, ',, 4. \, Peaches,
21 Pineapples
week ending Tuesday, Sept. Squash,
i'4 n efli d MLf ,our esteemed contemporaryoffers along the ridge with fresh meats, dally. -1807- -1800DATE. New Potatoes, ', 'Strawberries

Lf '1; 'ty ifl aU communications'' to no suggestion of improved Will Richard shipped 'Irom bis Pine MAX. MIN., MAX. MIN. Egg Plant, Grape,
,' INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, : methods of combating the enemy; Lodge plantation during the past ten 19 8,1: 73, 82 73, Asparagus. Cocqanuts.
TITOPfTLLS, FLORIDA. In fact, it seems to consider that days, several hundred crates of pineapples 16 89: 74 85/ 75 REFERENCES s-Thlrd National Bank,Atlanta,Oa.; Goo.E.Johnson,Candy Wt 1 iJ
for which be Is receiving handsome 17 '85 74 88 78 Ga.; Armour racking Co.,Atlanta,Qa.; Geo,M.Taylor,W.8.Duncan to Co",Atlantafc1SAVE ,,
all that be done Is to sit with
can returns. 84 75 87 70
Ii THERE is a species of lawn grass folded bands, await its arrival, Commodore E. E. Peabody, of the 10 18 87 7. 86 78 '

', ? ,its +which is gradually coming into and then"let her rip." Kelio plantation, is having built by Mr. 20 84 7* 87 80
{ n : 1d ,It I general use, and'whicb is destined ,, John Miller, one of tbe nattiest launcheson 21 82 73 87 78'' MONEY And Boy From ****

3i ; ,,;J a'r t in time to take the place of Bermuda SHADE Indian River. She Iea beautiful Total rainfall for the week: 0.154lncbes
1 as the popular lawn grass of model, and her lines are perfect. Whencompleted Departure from normal rainfall for the
rl.'. Florida. It is known as St. Lucie, t she will cruise as a private week: minus 1.86 Inches. Departurefrom :r.6. :EJS ::e. :eO-C-es:
The ADVOCATE has >frequently; pleasure craft. on the East Coast waters, normal rainfall since January 1, ,
grass" and! has many points. in 1 its ,drawn attention to the disadvantage and to the Bahama, .Jamaica and West plus 22.07 inches. "

; 'iI favor. It Is more easily kept In Titusville labors ,under for the Indian Islands. J. W. ?CHONK, Observer Feed Garden Seeds Flour
Grain fiiij
i f check, will withstand drouth better want 'of some shade to protectthe On' Wednesday, the fln'e, new club Hay, ,
., and is a more pleasing shade of "" hope of the Gilberts Bar Yacht Club
,? citizens and ... .
4 eyes of her Kdne*t Your Dowel tVltb ".ret.
visited Col. W O. Wlnans of
was by
+ ; ,
than Bermuda and ,is far Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
'i } green visitors from the glare of. the Linwood Hall accompanied by J. G. Candy Cathartic Cialldru cure constipation forever.
lOo.20o. If C.O. glstarefundmoney.
c q' superior a pasture graes ; moreover sun due to the white shelled Haul, 'of Titusville, on their yachtingtrip

b f'' ,, its eradication is an easy streets but few of our residentsseem south. They were joined at Jensen Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to nugj
:matter. While in appearance it to have the enter- by Dr. W. C. Sweden, of N. Y.., who was Best Ink, beast. Only sell for wash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations. 1
necessary aguest{ at the AlFreseo hotel. They were
$ it resembles! a course epel prise to plant out shade trees in kindly entertained at the.clubhouse by Black or red, one pint, postpaid, 10 Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, PU!
I eies 'of Bermuda, its method of froB't of their lots and thus rem Commander Sewall and Referee Bessey.: cents. W. P. UIJIDE WOOD,

growth Is entirely -dissimilar, except edy the defect and help beautifythe Roseland, Fla.

hi ;. S as to the rapidity with which ,town, and induce strangers' Notice of Election. P, 'E. McMURRAY Carriage nil *t'
It spreads. It ia said that one _____ '
from iI k plant,to. the square foot will, on their winterhomes among us, like and by virtue of authority vented -Away to any person who will plant it & v Wagon
tai good ground make a solid lawn in UNDER the ordinances of the Town of Titusvllle in Brevard county. Call at the ADVOCATE -
and other places ,
Daytona many Florida I R. C. BoVUngenur acting BAKER
two months. of said town, do Issue this proslemationcalling office, Titusville, and get*some. lallj'
,the East Coast.Treeplanting
r along an Election in a.ld town to be bolden on Or, send stamp to pay postage.
is a benefit to any MONDAY. THE lath DAY OF OCTOBER, 18OT, Dealers In
'. PROP. C.' B. CaRT, the 'well locality, and the idea is known to the name being the Fourth Monday of said :

known ornithologist and-enthusias- have passed through several stages, of the following In the Council officers Chamber tot the election' [Send the ADVOCATE aa order for'any Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts,eM,
) need.
job printing ]
+r r '. tic sportsman,' has recently\ pub1" each., of which has had its practical One Mayor. you .. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.]
lished an interesting! and instructive One Marshal..
: and poetic side. When our One Collector of Taxes. DEED blanks lOo. each;,11.00 per 100, at
Si t book called "How to know the ancestors came to the eastern coast One Clerk,who shall also be treasurer and assessor the ADVOCATE office. '
shore birds of North America." of taxeii. ,
of North America,' they found Three Aldermen, to serve for two years each. The NewSelden .
]' '''The object of the publication ia to many more trees than they had use And I hereby Rive notice that M.8.Jones,Jr., ,
O.A. Stewart and J. J. Bast, have been appointed '
'furnish a key to those who lire unfamiliar for, and their principal concernwas Judges,and Robert Fentla, cleric, of Don't Look at This 1
with the names of the saW election with the approval" .of the Town, ,
to get them out of the way In Council of said I.
? r fbirds that visit ,or Inhabit. r order that they,'the settlers, might town.B.. O.:BCRIKGEOUR, Naughty but Nice., WHY Cypress Door pan aPALaATKA
11' shores, and the method of identification have the.uee: of the ground. They Attest A tlng Mayor. :
n CARY-EiWEB. Because! it'.. DEATH. .
employed by the 'profel80rII G. !
cleared away the- forest by ax and
a model of simplicity and can Clerk. : P-LA.,
fire; and their inherited fondness! 20th Century Cockroach and
be followed with ease by the veri for trees;dulled for the time being CITRUS and ether semi-topical Fruit Opened. October 1st' 1806, turned the abeam. on to

': est neophyte. The illustrations, by ,.the fact that the, woods were in Trees, Plants, Roses Palm ., Bamboos, Exterminator
Waterbug One of the and Best Equipped Door Sash B'
'as in all of Prof. CorY'I.works, are 1 their way and sheltered all sorts of 'etc. New catalogue ,just issued; Largest ,

very birds' excellent far ,We the cuts of the enemies, did not lead them to spare mailed on application.A. L. HATCH, JtJPJ Surest ever sold. Guaranteed. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States,
as as are acquaintedwith Point Fla.
of the their ,
1 many forest trees about City, Sent postpaid on receipt of price. 25 them
S being, remarkably true dwellings. They.planted a certain And .. past experience of d
Agents wanted.'WILLIAMS' with experienced management, (covering a
: ; + ; to nature. We beg to acknowledge, number of fruit trees, which in almost FOR first class shoemaking and repairingcall years in Cypress) the patrons of our company'may: confidently expect the t
with thanks, receipt of a copy of instance came from the on J. A. Daughtery, Washington DRUG STORE, possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cc

''r the} above boot. seed' of every some bit of fruit carefully avenue order, .Titusville In fine style.,' Fla.. Shoes madeto State Agents, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glut,*

.- brought from Old England. The

IJ ? 'CLEAN UP THE SIDEWALKS. cherishing of these seedlings from :

that' --, the mother country was an inter You Know' a Good ? MIAMI : -
Thing o<
We notice in ,many place, eating and romantic thing, but'the Jo) course, you do.' *

especially in front of vacant lots, trees that grew from them were ,
our sidewalks are again getting into .
generally of a poor quality. But S Then you haven't seen Florida, or you would be here.
( )
t S a disgraceful condition ;'In fact ; when the great forests had ceasedto Are growing old ? Of course; so are we,-
there are instances where it ia im be terrible the {ineradicable G> f Town Lots Now'on Sal
so ,
But not so fast, because our Mild Climate,
55 If possible to walk two abreast on account l
tree-love In' the hearts of the descendants
,, 'x of the rank growth of weeds VJV With Its warm, sunshiny days and long cool nights., >

along each side of die walk. This of worshipping! Gauls Makes Life what It, ought to be. of.

i, ,,,1 ., is a small matter which could easily This and Britons sentiment began led to the assert'descendants itself. Do you love flowers, fruits and vegetables ? Certainly I So do. we. A. :E'! KINGSLEY General Agent t For

be rectified by property owners, of English settlers to plant a Buy a home on the EAST COAST'' ,

ri i and it should be 'attended to at few shade trees 'In their door. Where you can raise your own Julia D. Tutti
4E: k once. It ia really,very little trou-- yards and on the streets; but, With the least labor. and @xpense. .

t I ble to keep a sidewalk clear of as a rule, the European' trees; Do you dislike Winter? So do we. *

weeds, and when the improved appearance adapted to a climate radically unlike Then come to FLORIDA;; we'ie here to stay. > CHOICE ,BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

of a clean sidewalk ia 'ours are said to have languished We.have surf-bathing, swimming. and sailing all the year round.
4', taken into consideration ,it I is all of the Carefully. Select t
astonishing and died, or made but Are you interested In US 7 parts Town.

4 that any one will permit sorry specimens immaturity Then, If so, we are interested In you. Fruit and Vegetable Lands on
tbem into
to get. such condition. ".
to Address DRAWER "M
after our ancestors had been more A line our address. ,
i I, S And ,not only are the sidewalks than one hundred years established Will do wonders. SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA., Miami: : River and Bay :lOisct

h ; neglepted, but many vacant Iota. upon the continent, they began to BIB Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.

4 y h weeds need attention making) ,a the splendid rank growth harborage of- tion.feel a love In the for north the native they planted vegeta- Main Office, Hotel Miami, ., . MIAMI, FLOE

YI for snakes, as well as impress
many and maples, which have FERTILIZERS
ing the stranger with a very poor grown to'great proportions ;. in the ...

6 opinion of the, interest taken by south, the live-oak was planted, .
the in tbe .
thrifty appearance or was cherished where it had sur- ,
of the town. There is probably When you are in the market write for Information regarding
vived or had At the ,
sprung up. .
nothing that catches the attention time the our -----.. pComplete
t same qualities of
i 'i of a visitor more quickly our native trees began to be recognized CEMENT .BnICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR;,, PLAS
z than the neat and cleanly appear. rerti.J.i.zers: ,
I and people began to culti- : : :
anoe of a town; especially in the .
vate and transplant them. Finally, HAIR LATH.
,, matter of streets and sidewalks ** AND **
acquaintance with the vegetationof Vegetable, fruit and vine, orange tree manure, blood, bone, #
and the time
as for the
approaches foreign countries in a climate and potash,'and other brands. "
\ advent of winter travel, these mat like our own, and the introductionof J State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
tera should be taken,In hand without '
4 delay. We speak not as those foreign plants of beauty or The Armour Fertilizer 'Works, Old .'Phone 8. ))0(" 13 HogU1! ?

value, which will thrive in our soil, .
; who are looking for something to FLORIDA.
have given variety to the shade JACKSONVILLE: .
.j kick at, but with regard to the gen Chicago '
'1 trees and shrubbery that now
; f.
1 anal welfare of the town. Unclean '
thrive In our parka and lawn Let
64 sidewalks are not only, an eyesore 1 Titusville follow the good lead set 'Where these fertilizers are made, having unlimited' sources DR. C." F. HOUSTON,

and nuisance, but are a visible re. her by other towns, and plant out from which to draw their supplied, use nothing but the very

? proach to the citizens which might shade trees. e best materials, and there are ao goods made better than our : iwr A.-T. I .A.RWRS..

i sjasily be removed. COMPLETE, : FERTILIZERS, We solicit your orders. ..

Location for a Mattress Factory .. '. Established 1884. )o( Cor. Bay; and Laura Sts., over Jars rill',


i We have received the following letter Jacksonville Fla. For the next 30 days prices will be as follows: Gold. FillingI UO Full
r from Mr. J. E. Ingrahara Land Commissioner Plastic Fillings, 60o. to '1; Alloy Fillings, tl to '1JO; Plates,, ; 'lalel''
; $+ The Washington Post, ,of the of the Florida East' Coast RaIl- (trery best, $9 to $10. Extracting free, by a painleaa method "'cheueooutmade. :

., 18th inst., has an editorial on the way, and publish the. same, aclYlllnlfpeBOn's Ftrst-claas operators and polite attendant ,
4''' who may be interested In the Sets> of Teeth made and repaired.
subject "stamping of matter to communicate direct with Mr The Premier Flour of America

;"; ;,.'yellow fever, ,calling attention to Ingraham. ..
I '' the fact that the widely separated FLORIDA EAST COAST
t 1 1 localities which It appears when OFFICK OF' GBHKRAI. AOKWT >) S ::eEJJ:.. :SEOS.,

prevalent, utterly. discredit the idea AND LAD COMMISSIOHKR ) Unexcelled .Biscuitf '
ST. AueuanNK, FLA., Sept. 17,1807.C. .
et its,being a contagious disease,
!oil 1"Qtfit' end puts out of the question all H.,Walton, Esq., TltuiTlUe, Flo. 41 ( Wholesale ed' ,Retail Dealers In
Dear Sir
I know
:- who
some parties -
.possibility of its being stamped would JIb to locate factory for making ft -: k

eut. The usefulness of a rigid mattresses' from palmetto fibre, In I a locality For I&SpAT oV P aDd VEHICLES HARNESSI
tl 1, quarantine against the disease is where large quantities of same ,

1 .''ailed into question, on the ground can be purchased at reasonable prices. .

4'I that if yellow fever is in the air it I have in mind Home spots near Ormond, SiJIS E. >
Daytona or perhaps lower down,towards Bread
will come?despite all precautions Tltnsvllle. This company; has no lands ,, Pastry. And Bicycles

With this latter idea we can hardlyeracur which they; could use. For which reason i
al there is little doubt but I ask that you sea If you cannot Largest Stock and Lowest Prices in these
ascertain! what the prospecta would be

'pi;+ t ,greater'rapidtt/that It ''would' spread,' ,! with the germs much and advise the manufacture maIn of the mattress ]Represented ly F. M, .BURST., .. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Correspondence'solicited. Agenta for/Victor:; BarDea.Dd.. Csr11s1'WJACSONVILLE.PLORIDA.

'i 4 cis ar r


',. .
t d'd


r' t .

.' ,, "",, ,/" ." -
', .
.1-- "li1J'1'' ,..

\ 1

F .


.......... Sebastian.The .
..1IcIeuo F R TILI I Z E R S- :

Wednesday.The schooner. Merchant was her on \ \

rainfall at this place last Monday
was 70-100 Inches.

C. B. Futch, of Hawks Park, is down I : SPTCI.A. RICES '
10f here gathering! palmetto berries. :: (/)

The sloop Yankee Doodle owned by I
the Singer Mfg. Co., was.In port Sunday. TO

About twenty-five of our citizens: H fif

Sunday.The joined the. excursionists to Daytona last '__F :c..es..ppl GG Growers:; '

bAKIN I water Is higher In the river here I '

than it has been at this season of the .A.11 .E3round For't.1.1.1.mor, F 1),
year for several years past.* HiEH *Price $25.00. @Jf' Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply' to )

Jim Herndon, while on a hunting trip us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money.
Absolutely PureIIO'tAL west of here, was very ,badly bitten by GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: :

.some kind of a snake while asleep. i Molstnra...:............................,.,.............. ........ .......... ...... 8 to to STEAMED BONE, RAW: BONE,; t
Aiumonto .. ..... ............-,.... .... ..............1.... K to tlEquaito&.lpTateef .
Woodward &; Rice's floating studio Ys ..mmanls.........,........ .. ............;>.............. 20 to 11IBLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, '
here this week\ and seven of our citizens Available rhoHnhorlo Aaln..5 to 6 f

sNasa.owose 00..HIW roes have been having their pictures taken. Fot.eh Equal to:Hone .., ....................:........ .............. B to to 13 6 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, 1
Equal W.SuIphaotsah....... .,.............. ...............;........,.... 9 to to SULPIIATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
Mr. Tate ,
postoffico inspector, stoppedover Magnesia,Lime,Soda eta .........,.,........................................ 60 to BO
here on his way to Enos, at which EHhi TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
place they have been having some rr. Write for.Special) Pamphlet.
Miami,, trouble In the postofflce. COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND. POTASHES. i i
::1""" SpecialMixtures compounded with machinery at very low 1 1IP

kg. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, Is visiting' When in want of any kind of building H prices. Mi
Connelly this week. material' In oar loads or otherwise, tbeBuilders' 1 t1

Mite a party of '''young people spent will be pleased Supply Co.make, at you St. a Augustine delivered I. Please,.Correspond. us'.before..being induced to buyv' from Dealers. Send for

I Sunday pionictnft near the falls on price at your, station. You have no j Pamphlet.: .',' a. .

j I.Miami W. Russell river., of Lemon City, was in pay.agent's or. middleman's commission to LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. ,

I city last Monday oa business ocnn.c- Q) ,J.

with theOrlentals.IBS Eau Gallie. "
[ Marion Weatherford' one of Bue- j 'J"o3sf3oa.T7-lll: ::: L.Er'loxIca.eu-: i
ATlsta's charming young ladies; spent
day lasfron: a visit to her mother. Miss Effie Mapes visited relatives at .1
Melbourne over Sunday.
Valor Lovett, of the well-known firm I lowed him on the 17th. .
Lovett &; Laws, Is in the north buying Mrs. Sayres and daughter, after visit- Melbourne. G. G. SPRINGER .;
[fall and.winter stock of goods for his Ing relatives here and at Bovine, left last J. N. Chalker of 'Lotus was hero on ,.
Saturday, for their home at Cocoanut GOODE & OOODE.-Itaal Estate and Loans. Wednesday. He reports no damage by
Grove. Agent for Mtn London ami Liverpool and the cyclone In his neigh borhood.
Milburn lay reader in the Epis- Globe,and Imperial Fire iDHuranoa. Special .:7'
al hares Church of tills city, contemplates Postmaster Q'ibbs\ of Melbourne, was attention dents. paid to the .Interest of non-re.I- Capt. Goo. Mercier has been In Cocoa -- --- Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of -- :
ort visit to his old home In the north in town yesterday. Mr. Olbbs is shipping several days, and reports the Insurance
pineapples from his placeat East business as being very satisfactory

-iirtls Crenshaw, representing W. P.liner Melbourne.Dr. HOTEL Beautifully CAKLKTON situated, MELBOURNE on a high bluff FLA.overlooking Mrs. S. S. Jones returned to town
the butter and cheese man of nughlett was here Wednesday, the Indian River. First-class accommodation last Thursday, after visiting frlenda In ICEANDDistilled
fkson villa was In our city last week coming over from Tropic on Henry Gas *,and If.rate ROBERTSON reasonable., Proprietor. North Florida and Georgia for several
citing oriters for his house. pers' boat, Nemesis, from a visit to his weeks.R. .

is rumored that Miami is soon tofe sick patient Mr. Harper. WHEN YOU oh TO MELBOURNE call at the. A. Conkling and son, Arthur, of
gt several fine large cigar factories in W. R. Harris has almost completed the Bazaar. ,,Mn.Notions Chan., Dry J.F.Goods Campbell Ladies'A: Co.ready, Millinery TlUman, were here on the 10th Inst., eater
ration. If the scheme materializes, two cottages he is building for J. A. made and woven Underwear Ferris' Renowned visiting Herbert Conkling, of, the News
will be a vast help to our city. Gilbert on Young street, and lumber has Comets etc.,embroidery. and colored silks, I force. ati t t

., R. Harney our popular customse been ordered for an additional one. souvenir.spoons,Stationery eto. I Will F. nichards wife and two children Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers

officer, wUlleave for a short vaca- Born, at Palatku, Monday, Sept, 20th, of Eden, who were In Cocoa several .
Rev. W. C. Barnes and family are expected
next week. Mr. Harney intends to to Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Botsford, a fine days having dental work done, left '
.north, and will also visit his old home boy; the happy mother and young :Mr. home soon for home on Monday. FACTORIESCocoa and West Palii Beach. +.
Banford, Fla., before returning to Mi- Botsford are reported as doing nicely. L. G. Brainerd, of. Valkara, was in O. E. Cook, of Jacksonville, who 'Is abrotherIn | In r

Last Sunday's excursion to Daytona, town last Tuesday, on business. -law of J. F. Wooten arrived .,
rhoiuMItchell, of Cocoa, who is trav- over the F. E. C. R',., was enjoyed by a Major Peabody, of Jacksonville, was a here Sunday night on the excursion train.
gin the Interests of the L It.&; L. W. large number of our people, many taking guest of Hotel Carleton this week. Mr. Cook Intends spending some time at CELERY PLANTS.Vl l
eapple Growers' Association, was In their bicycles along for ./\ run on the Rocklodfe, where he has cottage, to AND CABBAGE
n last week. lie is an old Dade beach. Dr. G. W. Holmes of City Point, was rest up and recuperate. ?
Intylte, and we are always glad. to on the south-bound train Tuesday. .'. ,I
como him in our midst.he Miss Clara Otwell, .of Banta, was at Miss Willett Forest, of Malabar, was OUR CAPITAL USTTKR. PLANTS :.,:
the station Saturday to bid adieu to her LARUE, STOCKY CELERY Dwarf, Golden heart, Golden Self-
Miami Cornet Band boys are look- friend Miss Sarah Mores, on her departure visiting Miss Lillian Conkling last Tues $ _____ Blanching, OIantl'allohal1"! White Flume . .. . .'. .'. .$:2.73 per 1000 ,
\for their l horns and other instruments for West Palm Beach, after a very day.Plenty [From our special correspondent. CABBAGE I Flat Dutch, Drumhead, Zany
week. The band will meet three enjoyable visit to Bahia. of rain and delightful cool Summer: .. ... . . !. . .. .,. ,. ..,,.. .? ..... 2.76perl000 f
leg a week, and use their best efforts breezes, some strong winds, but no dam- TALLA.HAR8EK, FLA.., Sept. 2297.The Also Snowball. ,I.

[ erfect themselves so as to be able to Major Peabody arrived last Saturday age done. annual summer recess of the Supreme CAULIFLOWER. . ... . . . . . .. . . . 4.00 per 1000ASPAUAGRAS \*
|y for the winter entertainments. afternoon in the Interest of the great and The social hop, at Hotel Carleton was court terminated last week. There -Mammoth. Conover's Colossal, and Palmetto . 4.00 per 1000 ,

rv. p. Church, representing Chas. E. good and Citizen(or greatest, which and he best so ably) Times-Union represents. enjoyed last Saturday evening by a large are now 808 oases on the docket, two Horse, Radish\ Sots' . . . .. .. .. ... . . .'. 1.00 per.100 ".

hltz &; Co., Savannah, Is in the city inV He went south on Monday's train. number of our young people. having been added during vacation.. L. CAMERON, Seedsman.4 C &:
,. '
Interests of his firm. He reports This week's Issue. of the Farmer and : I!
Miss Horton .
:Mrs. C. E. Williams ((net ),
fitness as picking up along the East I. Among those who visited our burg of Jacksonville, arrived last Monday, to Fruit Grower will contain description ofa 125 East Bay St... .JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 'a aw 4l
bids fair to last week were Col. Gaulden, of Titus- .
ant, and that everything and here. new Florida] fruit, samples of which,
visit her friends
log a good winter in Florida: vllle' Dr.II., D. Brown, of Melbourne; Including fruit, stem and leaf have been
W. II. ,Moolr, representing LippmanBros. The ladles of the Congregationalchurch sent to the pomologlst at washington,
3r. Lowry, representing the Germanla ., Savannah; II. J. Charles, representing serve Ice cream and cake every for classification.
ft. Ins. Co., Is in the city for a fewVB Church Anderson &; Co., Jacksonville to 0 at Hotel }
from 2
soliciting for his company. He Is ; Postmaster Dodge, of Enos; and Saturday Riverside., p. m., Chapter 4M7, laws of 1807, known as The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co : -
the amended general election law has
yond a doubt one of the most succossI several others ,, t7Eu. *
I insurance solicitors in the south, and We are delighted to learn that Rev. been found to conlllct with Art." 0, Sec:
L very pleasant gentleman to meet. '* Dr. DuBose and family of Sewanee, 21, of the Constitution, 'wlth reference : JSTTDXiOVGr, Oox3.'l: :Ma>na.roar. ,
.* Courtenay.Mrs. Term. are expected to spend the winterIn to the election of Justices of the. peace at LATE ,rt IJif:
The dancing club of the :Miami hotel l their pretty home In South Melbourne. the next election. ( CHAPMA T & SUDLOW.) r :

|the e a i hotel musicale last and Monday dance evening.In the Casino Some L. J. Hllliard, of Tropic, Is Invitations are out for the marriage of The state still clean continues bill of to health present and an South Jacksonville, Florida. '. .:\\t

y r fine selections were rendered by spending a few days with her parents Miss Margaret Lillian 'Conkllng to Mr. exceptionally MANUFACTURER ,OF .
occasion for the
there is slightest
no uneasiness ,
s. John B. Reilly Mrs. Jack Graham, here: Wm. R. Walker; of Sewall's Point, to
ufs. and Deerfoot and others. take place at the First Methodist church, in Florida-certainly not at this
torybody Pompue enjoyed the musical treat. Chas. T. IIarper and S. B. Bynames on Wednesday evening, Sept. 20, at eight writing-on account of tho appearance FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and 'i
out 11 o'clock dancing commenced, took in the Daytona excursion lost Sun o'clock. of yellow fever In Alabama, Mississippiand ,
Louisiana Gulf coast Dr. 1
I soon everyone present was whirling day.J. Miss Mamie M. May, of Rockledge, Porter state health 'officer. Is vigilant Dealers
bund the room, keeping time to the J. LaRoche and family will leaveIn was the guest of her friend. Miss Annie and has, enforced a rigid state quaran-, Vegetables, and In Every Kind of Raw Material r
bslo of Prof. Gory. Dancing lastedtil a few days for Stono, S. C., where Goode, the first of this week. Miss May tine alt Infected both .
points by
the "wee sma" hours of the morn- they will make their home for the future. winter home in Miami against Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc. Also
left here for her land and water, and If the quarantine ,
It and It with' the deepest regret
was : Miss M. M. Whitlock leaves escorted to the train by a number of and health laws
the made their derture to-day are Intelligently enforced The :J1'aIXI.1: : : Elard.e: : :Sraszd:
people present Friday for Atlanta, to visit her uncle friends, who regretted to see .her under the directions of the health
( ) young
expressing themselves as having Ammonia .,of.....' :,4 to 0 per centAvallabJePho..Acld..8t08perceDt ,
and of will be leave. officer It and will "
of cad
lent. course some our boys a unquestionably
a most delightful evening. Let use f lor 925.OO Per Ton.. '
that such rare treats will come little lonesome.Fort Among those who went to Daytona on be would kept seem out to of be the late state.In the Moreover season ,for it Potash K O.. ..... ",. .;. .. to7percent ) 1

en. the excursion last Sunday we noticed the fever to make great! Inroads, even at Highest Commercial Value; given our brands in the last Bulletin. ,Write for
Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Bell, the Messrs Richard places now Infected, and medical science Prices. Orders for t tons and upwards for our brand. will be delivered free ef all
Banyan. Henley Cbas. Stewart Scott, Sam Chas.Marten Metcalf, B. and skill has made such giant strides In freight charge to any railroad depot on the East Coast at! catalogue price, until
A. ,
Downey further notice. t
Cool weather this morning.We John Nicholson, J. U. Baker, Ed Bell, the successful handling of the plague. .1
will the hope that It will be
indulge confined -
Several row boats went adrifton the are pleased to say that A. Bell' is and Dr. Brown. to Immediate points of infection I
|ht of the storm. greatly Improved, and able to be up Oeo. Phillips and Edward Conkling and stamped out. The latest advices up T

: C. Creech Is building a house for again. departed last Wednesday to their new to the writing of this letter Is that there
I A. Booth, at Brantley. Mrs. W. J. Tucker left Friday to spend fields of Improvement at Wildwood. are no new cases, and If modern advancement rreu 'k. S. Morsex *ifrf
a month with Mrs. O. B. Parker, at Even If their new house did burn down In medical skill and science shall : -x. "
R. Mathers Is adding a kitchen and Miami. these young men are not to be daunted, successfully cope with the plague, preventing .
Ding room-to his house at Tropic. I but will-set to work and soon repair a general outbreak, as now seems
Prof Hodge, of this place, and Miss the damages done by the fire. most promising It will, Indeed, be the '
his vicinity was visited by a severe DeBogory, of St. Lode, are attending' triumph of the century. :R: : E2..A.J: :: :S'I'.A.T:: :, ;
n and wind storm on Monday night the Institute at Tltnsville this week. I Dr. H. D. Brown and family will soon Y.AGENT .
Tuesday. leave for their home In Daytona.We .
us new
2. Bale has set several thousand' to- Mrs. Math'eson of White City, was in all regret very much to see the doc SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruitto .A. Dad.o O .. ::I1'LOEt: A., .. .
kto town this week, looking for a residence, tor and his charming wife leave here, E. B. Williams A Co.' wholesale .
toW .
several plants already of early; tomatoes.expects preparatory to making (his her future I but oar town ls much too healthy to fruit and produce mercbanL., 69 South FOR LANDS OF __ .
acres home, I matte a doctor rich, as we seldom have Broad street, Atlanta,-0.. See their
V> are sorry to say Robert Harper Is Conductor Copeland, of the F. E. C. sickness among us, which shows our advt. on page 4., Florida East Coast Railway Company, r
IH very 111. His friend. hope to see people to be In a good, healthy con
addition built toils
Is having quite an Florida Coast Line Canal A
R'J't Transportation Company; u
> on the road to recovery soon; he it will be dition. The doctor came here an Invalid
been confined to his bed several ] house.of the most When completed in I from Detroit, Mich., and now he look Boston ".Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company. '
eks.fe. one Fort Pierce. the picture of health. We wish him suooese NEW YORK,
petition In I in his new home, for what Is Mel
understand there U a '
ulatlon there be The excursion train from Daytona, bourne's loss will be Dsytooa's gain. Awarded Gold Medal sod Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and IntenaUoaa Exposition, ?
asking that no Sunday night, reached here at 10:55, i TAILORING CO. Atlanta,a*.,Mt 0.
In the mall along
age; present L
s Island. a tired but happy crowd. By I Buy lumber and other building material .
We certainly have as good bring
nail service could ask for. t number of people that went 01 direct from the Builders' SupplyCo.
as we the trip It was evident that a "one day" ., St. Augustine,and save the lumberyard THE G. H. HAMMOND COMPANY
1. B. Stewart and J. A. Booth have cheap excursion like that would pay' to man's commission. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS. ,
i most beautiful crops of oranges wee run them oftener. t;
seen since the great freezes. They '
tore compelled to put props under to Roseland. Cocoa. PORK-
vent the weight of the fruit from f Y0 Carry the largest and
aklng down the branches of the trees ,
3. D. cu.BB Iniela..9.Iooe. Wlna
kMM s *,
J. H. Haistln and R. C. Creech took Friday Mr. and here Mrs., as J.the F.guests Delaney of spent Mr. Jut and and been domMtla, whlskiM cigars.brand tuMooo mod and ram elcarattss ImporMd). Most Complete Line Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., '. Chicago, 111.

I the excursion to Daytona'''last Sunly Mrs.D. Cain VrloofIWjtiors fromsxooto 16.10 pet plo., Salesrooms, 234 West: Bay St., Thos.:',W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, alas;
and report having spent a most en- promptaUMitlon to MUgruik ...r mall of Suitings and Trouserings
Veto her Sat- ordan. Terms Cash. ec. ;rfa
Fonlkes. was "
pable day. They Daytona is nnkubtedly S. E. .
say J. v. CRABB, Aft.
ariets Idrucln* Rapidly on Lards lams and Billies. .h.h'Wrl
the most beautiful town in urday, going on the excursion Sunday. -
j i state. Capt. Pits, of Fort Pierce, tradeboat Merchant found good in the state...... "
Pa It should have a big cast net throwner business The at Rowland Tuesday.' The captain Capt. W. It.Sharpe wae here .on. Friday oa. .=Cr Pr1oe...
It and the tucks drawn In. last.
Is as full of good-nature as the boats
Salts Order$16 and$20
large, wild deer was eeen In Tropic of goods. C. B. Stewart, of Tlt ariu., 'w.. in lo

liar> last as Tuesday the morning office and; It turned ran down and The Sunday excursion was well pat. Cocoa last Thursday. Trouers to Order $I and $5 a JOB. PRU: C
through Mr.post ronised from here. The good roads A. 8. Wilson, of Dard.... e,. was la '
flower garden
Ensey'a the admiration Samples sent by maiL .
This resldeneo. This is the first deer found around Daytona were Cocoa on business last Friday. &"- 4
1.'has been seen in this vicinity forte of alL I Seventy ticket were sold at this place B.SB S S BJSSS nB Siror OF ALL KINDS .: .
a while and as the time for shoot- : for the excursion to Dayton last Suda, roRK ; '... r
-7 them u at think he IF YOU WEED Good, KeIIbib&far : East Street Executed a' the : '
l better near hand wo Surgeon Howard. Smith U. 8. N.,tar. No. 17 Bay \.
hunt --
to Widely-read
i in. s new. territory the ADvocATn.s: toned on the Wth.. BIB daejrhtera fol Jacksonville. .: Florida ADVOCATE PRINTING .. ,. ',:

.J I
.'t: I

.. It i ; .I .

0 ,
\L.) o.
J "..' & 4 rte
F .
"i ,
n i ; .
''' ''4-, ( ..\ '. .. 3 ti.lw .' i.j9.u "'!' 11 1--::: 1 v

J'.j, I''

'\ i '<1:
., :4'J

:J. Il I '

t .
x I ,IL I
':. Ii' '
( ,
,'. r", "dd; .

I .
j .' l:' t: .

; It 1 It MACHINE :MJNCHE3.fl : ', expensive our present experiment.system to the As automatics to the quick an MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. fie Florida (Central & peninsular R'

lunches,for travelers, on railway trains, Florida, New York
J" a THE GERMAN AUTOMATIC DISPENSER much can ba done,' and no one knows Philadelphia and Boston.From Short Line between Florida and all NortI'era p0ln .,

; ", OF QUICK REPASTS. that better than the traveler who is Brunswick (via Port Royal 8.C.,)to New York. Everett. Savannah Augusta Ga., Columbia Washington
y'n Philadelphia New York Boston
II ttmore and the Ea?I1JE {
compelled to make a meal of what; he PASSKNOEU SERVICE.Via
Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville
n.slot Principle Applied to JR.sta>anMBt-. can buy from the dealer in pies, apples Fernandlna, F. C. Oc P. By. and Cum rlaDd Routes AT and Everett Chicago. Macon? Loultvillo, ci cI
Fernancltna 1.80 ml|
and sandwiches who hawks his Zv .Jacksonville 8.15 a mi= Lv. p
fr 'p U'' K. Yalta to Fe. .. to Swear At-AOood wares BrunswicK 880p m. Data except 8unday. .. Everett Birmingham, Holly Spring, Memphis Little Rock Kansas Clio
!; I through the cars. The buffet and the Via Everett all railt.l'. O."" P. Ry,and Bo. Ry. Lv JsokeonMlle Louie, Chicago Sioux City. 'I,
; vnoh Basket Scheme T/sed on have reduced his field of '.00 m 1 Ar .I1runswlck 7.80 I' m. Dally. rengora New
dining cars P River Junction Pensacola, Mobile Orleans Texas, :i\ exlco
, ) Oard for Thursday. ((5j
J, ,0.BaII..71Io- operation, but; he is still in business, onPROPOSED upper and the Pacific Coast. Effective May 1O, 1897. .

1 l ... Q.rulany 1a showing the rest of the selling the same old sandwiches to the to New .
s'M I v'M' people who cannot, afford to ride in SAILINGS ..m. : m., .kaGvO v. wihBThrooIq Jp.n..rA
r rI k1 world how "quick tanohea" be L...Brua.wlck.Fnday Dean
may Lv.New York.Pier 11 E.R: ;,330p.: m., (Standard Tlme') g a, Savannah COlumbla! '
i served without; employing waiters and drawing room cars, and to them the Sept. 3...............:..............RIO GRANDIC,........................ Fnday. Bept.l a Baltimore, Philadelphia: New Yark"
i k f bow, hungry have just; quick lunch on the plan of those which Friday, 8111' 10................................COWRADO..........................Frid..". B'C'"rlday. 1' 0 Eastern point. Co n cte for ,
person may .. 24 "
; have in of wouldbe .8IIp. 17 .................... .. RIO GRAN'DBI ....... ...................Friday. & 0 oiro. Arrives Jacksonville g ao p.lD. m11h
wh.itf" he : to eat and drink at they; some parts Europe .r. .... .........................Friday, t
la ;I wants! *> *" Friday, top:M............................... COLORADO ; I "' '
'::1'' .fixed price without paying an extra tip a blessing. -New York Tribune. Friday, Oct. 1..1110 GRANDE...........................Friday, Cat.; 005 Jacksonville New York Fant 1Nan Iro

and< without himself called rot general Information,steamers railroadsot or'l 7-oop. m. daily for ..:,-
m r' .fft ; fooling trsCln .vlVl'oF geyntLo7Jo: e. "o, era points. Carrie Uirou !:h 81eepen jYu
a fi ppn, no' matte how particular he maybe Fuddy You Ability.that; H.H.RAYMOND, General Southern Ararat,Brunswick Ga. V O s.o m m' York. No. 11II arrive jV
;i, to find fault; with the service unless say Biglin gets a C.H.ALLOBY,,General.\pnc'I.IO.: E.River,and ana Broadway,.If.Y.
j salary of fl) ,ooO. And there is positively
I '' 1 he \W if tiered to make hia complaint; to F Cincinnati and Jacksonville
1 nothing in Biglin-he 1* not an Nol8: ,
WI IIf' a meoljanioal contrivance, which divers 1 Jacksonville: 7-00 p m.,via B..mt
educated man 'and he has no natural I4aoan _,
I' 1?; Crojn' *,ome waiter in 10 far that it; Naehhville.rsEacSBWA; r -:

m ken no preienee of oaring a rap or abilities. Y e and western polnta. Returning *
} Daddy; -Except the ability to get a l cu r Jackaoavme 8.10.. train'
1 ,I N y. 4 h UM tam of a handle how uncomfortableor r CIIBDNVILIE m.

how badly served the hungry one salary of $10,000 a year. Boston. 4jj'L a HAshevllle -

may be. The contrivance, which has Transcript p Route. Through Pullman I
; GEL J w, Car service for Cincinnati via SavannasOIWe
l1 been perfected by the Quiaioana company lilt. bla,Asbevllle, Hot Springs, Rsoxvill. ,
!f 1t. ; of 'Berlin is so perfectly arranged -r: Llvta* Pletwr De vl.... v OP r N the Celebrated Mountain Country <01 tr
Carolina. Leaves
,,,, Jacksonville!
that those who There to be no end to the 700
1 M6 even people object to appears aa 5. k ... Cincinnati 7.40 a. m. Returning
e o
f -" aT '. _' the manner of washing the cups and varieties of projecting apparatus that 1 u. Jacksonville 9 IO a m. .

plates in' the ordinary quick lunchplaces are being placed on the market. Here .sow". -

are deprived of their cause for is a list of a,few which are already be- w P e al
', '' because ing exhibited at the various music halls + d Country Through the Bean! Ifnl
complaint every customer may M of Middle Florida. """11II001..:
supervise the cleaning of the cup which and plaoea.'of public entertainment Kscambla for Lake Bay1 Leave Jarksonvllle 1,0/ t,
1\ -4 Oak
1 ; he will use, and if he is so inclined may. The motorgraph the animatosoope, the : Map of *1.40 Tallahassee,River JunctionPeneacolkI.

attend to the duty himself. theatrograph, the kinematograph, tho I.ORIDA CENTRAL New Orleans and the eouthwent, dlozl%I,

I The quick lunch stands are provide]. projeotosoope, the cinemstosoope, the anll ', ,ran, fornla No. 1 arrives and the Jacksonville_Pacific Coast.7:M a.Verde at.Leaves si

f.'t r' with automatic spraying nozzles fort vitasoope, the cinematograph, the veri- PENINSULAR R.I.

i .c I cleaning glaM and china and insure per. mope, the; animatograph the vlveo- mAd_ .,....,.vnr er e -
/ Jacksonville
1 +. feet cleanliness. ,No rubber tubing is mope, the eidolosoope, ,the oinagrapho. /t 3an' Olh FL06ID' theme Silver Spring,Ocala 9:15.a.,m.flainesvUleTiw for gtwn.ni

.i used to conduct liquids, silver tubes be. scope, the blograph, the rayosoope, the .......... wow........... Key Wild wood, Leesburg, Tavarea iS
a r Orlando Lacoochee, Dale liulE
for the The magnisoope.Photographic Times. Rsu.y city
ing employed purpose. service Tampa. ,Arrive Jacksonville:Up.m.

4 1 I is run by clockwork. i .-- NASUVILLB ROCTEr-Throngh FoilmanSleepers, Via Everett, Macon, Atlanta,,
: 'P In place of the ordinary' counter there ...... Underground Wiree. Cbattanoogu. Leave Jacksonville 7.00 p. m., arrive Nauhville 7.00 next p. m. Leave N
9.00 a. m., arrive Jacksonville 8:10: next a. m.
are sets of ornamental cabinets ranged Paris and Marseilles are now connected 8:15 a. m.-Leave Jaokeouvllle for Brunswick by; the Cumberland Route steamer ud CM

along one side of the room, which have by telegraph lines entirely under ber and Sound.
Local for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest
''I 4:00 p. TO.- and quicken
; a' shelf projecting at, a. convenient; ground.. They are placed in iron pipes amoP. M.-Local Tallahassee and Intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville! : p.m.9i4O
I height, upon which glasses and cups are and burled four feet; beneath the surface J P.H.-For Tampa and Intermediate points. Pullman deepere.ArrlveJaekeonlfeia
Through Sleepers for Cincinnati via Ashevllle, leaves Jacksonville at 7.00 p. m., arrive iu
placed. .Above these there are faucets with manholes 8,000 feet; apart.It A vllle 1.45 p.m.,arrives Cincinnati 7.40 a. m. .
.1 ? ,and a number,. of slots to receive the cost 17,000,000' to bury the wires.- For Macon. Atlanta two Trains Dall)'. Leave Jacksonville 8:lfl a. m.and 7:KX>p.m.JOT" '
BUMMER RATES to Excursion Points-In effect June 1st.
coin When the customer has decided Electrical .Review.
Pullman Sleepers on all Night Trains. Parlor cars between Jacksonville and Tampa
what sort of a.drink he wants-coffee, E'TSend for Best Indexed Township Map of Florida. to
I ,' ; tea, chooolato or beef tea-he drops the BadiQer Db7.; SAFETY I COMFORT I QUICK TIME I LOW RATES I N. S. PENNINOTON A. O. MACDONELL

+ .' coin in the slot and receives the regulation 'The best; phosphorescent; screen is Traffic Manager. General Passenger Jj{

I I \ quantity. The cold drinks-lemon* made of paper saturated with pentade- Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville stud New York.

ads, sod water and all sorts of"soft oylparatatolylketon; American ZRsy The Fleet Is composed of the following! Handsome New Steel Steamers e"Comanche"

a, drinks"-are kept; in glass vessels and JournaL East
(new) "Algonquin," "Iroquols "Cherokee IISemlJJ le." Florida Coast Ry.1
the hot drinks in nickel tanks surround The Grays have shown that the tibia ,
ed by a hot; water bath, which is heated
and femur in Justice J.
i by gas: orth-Bound. Tim Tmbl N...-cJ..I. I. .:r.... S, ISI 7.
have almost together and
limited grown Steamers to sail according to the tide. *
But; the establishment la not are appointed
that; the hinge has partially; solidified. FLA. calling at Charleston Sundays, Tuesdays and Thnrsdays. .
drinks From JACKSONVILLE ( ) BOOTH >$OVMD (Read Down NORTH BOUND (Kiwi Up)
I i to and the hungry man may -St. Louis Post-Dispatch From CHARLESTON S. O., .- Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.
also be toned Sandwiches and cakesare For hour sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papeR. o JioW NoSi*) .. HTATIUNB. I I. 0 .e N" &i I
in stand circular "it Is probably true that; the life of :::::: 9 ...... :::::: Lv.......Ja.. -omrlue ......Ar.. 51i ?. :::::: TIUTOCo .... =j,I
kept; a glass in President Garfield ...... ...... '..... Ar..Rt.A.tr.stlne..Lv.' ham, ...... ,:.... ....
: shape which la covered with a glass would have been SouthBound.Steamers ......10 ...... ,..... ...... Lv.<... Af ffrurtlne.Ar. OltJ J ...... ...... ...... .....
saved if the Roentgen rays had' been are appointed to sail from Pier 29,east River New York, at 8 p m., as follows s ...... ..".. ...... .. ... 'oUt" .. ..' ...... ...... .....
belL Each bell contains about a dozen known in 1881. No, is For CHARLESTON;8.0., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays ...... Ii ...... :::H......I :w.::IOe...tPala ........ .1J1p .... ...... ...... .....
7 ; sandwiches, and the purchaser indicates difficulty now For JACKSONVILLE.,(tailing! Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays; and Fridays. ...... 11. Ml ".... "".. **....".."._._.,._....._."."..,,"."_. ...._ .... "",, ,"".._
..._ found in locating a bullet distinctly in 1 .v m
f' mm LI oh0ioe UJ droppin g hie UUUA into theIn the deepest of the only. 1 :::::. ::::: :::::: Ar..P.:: : : Mt: .::::::::t;: a lot", :::::: :::::: :::::: ::::
; '. slot opposite the kind he wants, and the recesses body.St.Loma Clyde New England and .Southern Lines (Freight ) .....: ...... ..... ..:.. ..,. ....BasMat.w: ......Ar. S 3.; : :1...... .._
f r stand revolvM his GlobeDemocrat.In (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) ...... .. ... .. ... .. ..t..........,< ...ond....:......Ar. 9 ecu' ..... ..... ...... .._.
sufficiently to bring ...... 1 : ..:... ..::.. .. .. ..Droni.......... .. 14Up :..... ..... ...........
sandwich to an opening where he may a hospital at Florence a patientwas STEAMERS,"DELA ARE," AND "ONEIDA"are ...... ...... ...... )........ Port n"'.... .. .. SftVp ...... ...... .:.... .....
i ...... .... .. ... ....... .....
submitted to the X when to 1 p..ew Bm: Tiiiki.. mop .
take it ,
; out. Stands similarly arranged rays appointed to sail as followst From Lewis' Wharf Boston, ...... ...... ...... ...... ......;...OakHia. ...... .. 18Ui ...... ...... ...... .....
provide hot beef, chicken and other the astonishment of the operators, it; From. foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville, F 1DAY8.'Clyde's ..- ........Tltn-ville........ II I KBUP ...... ....... ...... ...
meats was discovered that; his heart was on THURSDAYS. ...;.. .. ...... .........City Point........ ............. ...' .ilKoUl
...... $81 ...... .. ...... ...Ooeoa ....'.......' .............. ...... :
.The quick lunch is nothing new in the right; side instead of the left. This I M Itoektedire
Germany though will did not appear to trouble the patient in Line. :::::: 4 of9 :::::: ::::'.:..::KanaallU.:,.';.'='... : :::::: :::::: :::.::: :::::
$ as any person St. Johns River .... 4 ...... ....... ...: .. .. ...... ...... ...... ?.
!know who baa made a railroad trip between any way. It may be remembered that ....:: ...... .... .....:...:Mellwnrna........ 1220p.. ..... ...... .... ...
Berlin and Pioohlanti, the noted scientist, also had ....t. 4. ... .. .......KonolRjail.......... .. ...... ........... .
Copenhagen byway DE BABY LINE) ...... 45Dpsjp ,' ? .......U:: ,.?"....fiobuttftan.......... :: ..... ...... ....:.
of Warnemunde. A man who made the his heart on the right side and that he Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanforcl.ICnterprlse Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John's River' y60p. ..; St. Lnoie. ..
trip several said died at 64 years of age Without; ever ) :::::: 9OAp .. 'oOOa. :::::.FortPlerc: :'::::::: t ::::::.:::::: ::...: Iii"
;yean ago : ...*.. 1 OuTa020a .............Eden.....:..:.. Vu_& ...... ... ... ...... 1:$.
j,1r! | "We were coming back from Den having been seriously ill.-.American Z Steamer "WELAKA"CAPT. ...... ., ...... ..........Jenwin .......... IJfth ...... ...... .....
I mark and at little Bay Journal ...... 1 48p ...... 64UaTlla ........... J 91.a ...... ............. IIiII
B '. stopped a place on W. A. SHAW. ...... Olp ...... ...... AuS/: /'". ": 80.:... ,..... ...... ...... =
: 4 the German frontier at about noon.Everybody ...... Up ... ....., 81 a ;;"II"'Hobe. Sound...'..'.. 8 buS....... ...... ...... .!
and the American Is appointed to sail. follows< ...... 141' .:: .. ..... SKKalOaua ; .....West Jupiter....... 8 QUa....... ...... ..... 11OYp p
L y', # was hungry, Kdnoat Your Bowele With C".o...... Leaves Jacksonville, '. Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8.30 p. m ...... ....., ...... r..IUvt..ra..t.. ..... f WlaTV4! ....................111. I IUJkl
contingent; was disappointed when Candy (1nthnrtll'i constipation forever. Leaves Sanford > > Mondays and Thursdays at'.00 a. m; ...... S IQp ...... ...... ,100ft Ar....W..,Palm Beach...L.... ... ...... ...... ......
the conductor shouted, 'Funf minuten lOo,S5o. call,druggist refund money.It \ : ...... ...... ....... 11 Mp }.... Linton.... .. ... : 4, ....... ...... ...... 11*
tI ...... Bhp..........., *tSp ...,..Fort Lamler al.: .... 651 ..................... Ilk
aufenthalt.' We knew that five minutes ...... )K) 0p.loaupf...... ...... 40SpetupAr** ... ..Lemon City........ 8 ('Sa....... ...... ... .. /r!
N would not give us time for a meal, and I. estimated that the lumber out ot Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W..Bay St., Jacksonville ...... ...... ...... .............UJami..L9. I ....... ...... ......

we lost no time in leaving the coach as the Mlramloht and tributaries, Canada \ ... W. BRANCH.BTATIONa. Trains 82. 85, 87 and Ts. bedal'weoIIl J*

soon as it; was unlocked. Everybody will this season amount to 113,000,000 ft. JHO.L.HOWARD Superintendent. F.M.lRoluroXORB. JR.,Fla.Pass. Agt.FeotHoganSt. a No. No. 4I es.."'IIe..c1 tu. ..",..IIh.naI nod y.. 3MTWf5lTv. .
: Trllbo. 901 between
::11M W..tBayBt. _
1 rushed pellmell into the restaurant, JACR80NVILLEyLA.!! } '....Raw Smyrna..Ar. 13plianp TEPPt..cIaIl.u..p.StUtdar., rf.
where a lot; of wire things that looked To Oar Constipation'Forever. .....Lake Helen......Lv. .1 p Ptlra'

like old fashioned rattraps were piledup. It Take O. O.Casoarets O. fall to cure Candy druggists Cathartic.refund lOo monev.We or tea. TBBO.Q.Boon: ,TM.: W.H.WABBCTBTON' ,E. P.A., M.H CI.TDI,A.T.M. ,.........Orange.OI'aAiI.OIt. City..........Lv.Lv.. U li Up 10. 9 SMp taP Miami dr'1'.xoe.Ji I and 19 t.Honda.SI. AMTt

Everybody grabbed a trap, paid B BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK. Mneainsj. ..""pl Snnd.y, -

about; 85 oents for it and rushed back to I
have just received another supply WHO:P. CLTDE A CO., General A cents, .. -1''
the train. of very fine grades of tobacco seed 8 Bowllns Green,New York.- 1. So. Ielaw*reAve.> ..FhUadelphbt.

"What looked like a trap was really which will be given to .
away any person .1'. "BISCAYNE'I .
"' an ingeniously contrived lunch basket; who will plant it on the East Coast. Call

having three compartments. .In one was or send stamped-addressed envelope for -.
I an ample portion of chicken; the next some to the ADVOCATE office. appointed to Perform Serrloe ae follow*t

contained sandwiches, and the third a LeaWXLlMI: p. m. Wednesdays Saturday! oonneotinf.with Train It i

dainty pleoe of pastry and a small hot E/* As an advertising medium, no -- :; lore MI: : WJW 5UX)a. m. Taeeda,..and Fridays.' I

I tie of wine, over which) a little drink- I paper on the East Coast can beat the Southern.Rai OonneodBfl M Miami with Train 7H followlaf monlV
ing glass was fastened. Little salt and .
ADVOOATK. Give trial advt. .
us a 0
1 sAHItR.I01D ,.......
pepper shakers and a knife and fork and be convinced of the pink.paper'sworth. way. I.p. ... J D. Aaatt Gea.----
4 fastened to the sides and the
were N. "" ....--

whole was covered with a Japanese paper ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST MOTE .

napkin. The fact that we were all .

i + hungry and that; the whole arrangement; Snwanee River Route. I The Trunk Line 6
was unexpected may have had something VHBOT/aH: rUXXMAV DRAWING BOOK OABS DINING fiTHOBOTJOHJrAXB ... Tropical

to do with our enjoyment; of the OOAOHKS: VX8TZBVLXD: TRAIJTS.:

7 luncheon, but it was agreed that it was Jacksonville & West Railway!

the most perfect of the 'quick' kind we GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDAR'Y. Tampa Key

had ever seen. The bottom of the wire ., To all Points North and NORTH EAST AND WEST. JOSEPH H. DURKEE. Receiver.__
lunch basket was covered with a pieceof Northwest Via _____ BOPTH NORTH-.
glass, and a paper beneath it bore the {It i Time Table In Effect Sept. 3,'91. '0.32. No' 7t.
Falatka Tlfton Macon and Atlanta. No. No.200 No. 21 SoTM I'.J.
request in German, French and English Low rates to all Summer Resorts; exceptionally :TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE BAST. -........ Local .- "9 912a93fla Lv.......JACKSONVILLE........Ar -730 am S 44 cap

to leave the empty basket with the train- Low Rates to Nashville now ........ Mixed 1oaop: ....)........Orangcl1'al'k."*,.... .... 652am 16plO',..,.
..I... MoW'y uaop 8 44 a....... ,........ ................ .toam 609P .n1 ll!
hand. % on sale at following rates: Washington and Southwestern Limited. ........ andFrl ..;...........1Klljlltol.................. .......... .iiii"p"in'.
Managers of quick l\lDclJ places say Ten day limit Tuesday and Thursday: ........ ....... It Olp IOO6a..GreenCov.8pnnge..... ... 809am ... ....
Palatka And the UnlUd States Put Mall. ........ ....... ........ .... ... .......,.....Bo twlcU.;,........... 11'-
that; the automatic restaurant would From $14; Jacksonville .$12.80 ........ 11 B0& 1315 10 SB* .. .... ..... .Palatka........... ... 'aob'a'm428an SOOpm494pm 1"-
not be patronized sufficiently to make it Twenty'dayllmlt. everyday:' .._ 12 43p 12 49 a 11 lea ..., ,?........ Batsuma...ni. ...... > > I.i'
3 in New York. Palatka $10.20 $17.60 OILY 91 HOUBS JACKSONVILLE T AO SW HIRGTO1I.l .:.:.,.. 1 14p 104aI40a 11 26a ......... ...Pomona................ 414am358am 424pn 811plO IS'",
r pay ; Jacksonville ......_ leap 11Ias..CretcentCltr Junction....... IIP231p -:
"The main object of the automatic October 31st, every day: ,'P ONLY 27 HOURS JAOKBOHVILLB TO HEW TORE ........ a lit a 11 B'.a .............Seville............ ... 840am 8MP"1329pm pf1: .
"said "is to do Palatka \ ........ tOO p l121a III 22U40p. .. ... ...DeLeon Springs...... ... 302am I...
arrangement, one, away $2Uft; Jacksonville $24.00 ..._... 480 p 251a1217p..............Glenwood....... .... 2Mam230aro 8:13plO: I"s
with waiters and save the outlay on The Scenic Route. The Historical Bond TsrtfMed Trains_..-I of Latest taapre-ed PvUman Sleeplnc' ... an4 Vetal Din- .:. .... atop 8011a ..... .......Beresford........i........ .. jBprosaopm SlJpm ....-

that account. We have accomplishedthat Battlefields Route.. Full information lag Cars for aSb. wlUwoi ehaas to WaeUarton BalUBei-. ................ tOO 53R p p ................ 12 ia20at318p 60p L.Ar| ...........DeLand .......... {LAt .................. : ... .

; end by making every man his own Sleeping, car reservations maps, etc., 1FYlsWpafa. New Terk. aa< Ike ...*. ........ B23 p615p ........ .EnMrprln ............ .......... 12211&10": .
I "' waiter, and I believe that breakage in canjbe obtained by writing or calling __________ ,..,.... ..... .... .... 6 03p Ar'.TITUBYILLJE........ Lv fl03llalO..
upon HcOH L. RICHARDSON .r....... :.....:: ....... .. ...... ....I'tola............ ..........
machines, falling off in trade and coonterfeit G. A. MCDONALD, Gen'IAgt.G. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS B[- ......- ... ..... .:. ..........Sorrento........... .... ..,....... itissmIMP" : .'
coins would make; a change from .....;.. ...:.:...i.:..... 420p48fip .... .. ..... ''
P. A., Macon Ga. Jacksonville. TWEEN JACKSON MLLE AND NASHVILLK. .....:.. ... ..... .... Ar.Ar......:.....Taverree.-. +11:9rs6pm.' I Pa
........ 'a Sa "I top .............8utlord..L.. 148am1317pm ...'
....... ........ ........>.Altamont* 8prt ge........... .
Through Sleeping Cars Dally Jacksonville to ... ...: ..... "...* ...........Winter Park............. ..
...:.... .::..... DM a 2 BOp .... ... Orlando..a.;. ......
KEEP YOUR BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER I Cincinnati, via Ashevllle the ........ ........ ... .........:Hl sMmme......... ...
... Through ........ ........ Ar..............Bartow Jo.........I.T 11'ism.
"LAND QF ........ ........ 740 a 4 20p ................Lakeland. .:........... ..gtfpm00pm liooso' ,.
TIDY CATHARTIC THE SKY. ......... ........ '.40atlSa 4 BOn ...,',....Bartow. ...... ... '::26p ..
........ ........ lOOp Ai:..:......Pnnta Gorda.... ..:Lv t m 10311&es .... .
..4eW1a4aar..a_ ... .obdales. .. ... .... 5 38p Ar..............Tampa.............L. ...
..7......,Ibe IIcnn:....aaes tow.r or Its rwpq r e..ewMw..e... appIp" ........ ...:.:. .........Tampa Bay Hotel.......... eJoou"9i
} oum.Woaa ........ ,....... 9 Bfl a W>p Ar.......... Port Tampa,.........LvLv. TSSproS30pm Tlto......... -
e ........ Mon and at.Tnes 10 ClOp ... ,:.......FortTampa...._....Ar wedd and*d.
t L. A.JHlPlClir, Wo-tda Part ........, Si) "Bay....... ........ sit Friday, S ClOp Ar.............Key West..........Lv 930pmlasopni Lie.).and Pat
I. JaoksoBvCU FU. ........ Wed and Bat. 00a Ar.. .. ..........Havana... .......Lv
OULl, W. d TURr, L JL Jtuunrrox 1 .

"'; .. w.sera A'n.iL.1ia.IS07 .a' .... ..... Dally 11and82CarrybranghPullmanBuffet t KailTrains xoept BDnda,. Bleeping Cars .:* ...
+ : AiIIdII cS2ilRokl5d steamers(new HneVleave "n*"*yWe Mondays and Thursday.andlntermdlati Elver.T .
1 ,Ean< Qallle, Melbourne >otnteon Indian
arrive at TltnavUl Baturda".lt.lJtlf with J-T. 6
10'a. ALI. C Train M, l at Jaaccks ovule dally at..:12 a m..arrives at B. yH aI
1:05: Coals i.ra--barc a:32. Brookrt'lll.1k ea p. aa. TralD Hnc Jp a nci.eB
so DRUGGISTS salves Oakland.-C18 a. m..Lacoonbee S:010 p.m.. TupOII Springs.:I!*

L i qq ...:tebl.e..w. S.,'ap.aM MUt tk.e bookl.wlllr..sai ftM. Ad.4l ..ITc'.1Q"lr.: .(all XJk.mtmrntIM. OalOMTO.eeaplalelr.elaa aeaw..a,Ca....?M cur... t aitarcl.r .SI* The ADVOCATE does all kinds of..Job Printing. m.,St.Petersbnrf-B. corinr.r BuMvinftMi-Umfc-10 M a. m,daily. except Sunday. I'o- !General"*,.A IgyUwG f ase5PA.


F r 4k'a ..

.. .. : .. ,
'-'' '_'' '!" '\:, ,,:!> ..;r ... ,


___ I
.. . .. .. H ..J'

I WAVES OF.. SOUND.HORITATIVE filings actuated are only polarized when by he the nickel electro !' I Invlto your: AHmtUoa May Ca.pl.t.Bask.f Spring and Summer Resorts on the East Coast R'y },

EXPLANATION OF netio waves. In other words, it will HARDWARE and CROCKERY, .
: peat with accuracy the signals given
CONI'S' WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. means of the key connected with Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of) Boat floods Stove.,Tinware, Gran- The FlorldaOEast, Coast Railway. to Miami. The Miami A Key West Steamship-
transmitter.Two doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers Ice cream Line to Key West. 1 t('
meal! stoves Blue >Flame keroRtne oil stoves garden tools
Quick gasoline ,
llsoomrl** Wot So Important or Or.M thin metallic wings WW. and harrows, paints and oils Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netting KEY WEST-Hotel Key West, $d and upward, special weekly and oommemtalrates. I,
at Fink Bnpposect and !I'D'IT attached to the apparatus. By barbed wire, Open entire ;year A. M. Taylor Manager. General offices: bt. Augustine. e ;

1 to Soon Sapened..tho Mon.ii these to the proper size the Bros' Ready Mixed Paints. O. KNOTT, '4

.. instrument is attuned to'the p connection with store. Large Galvanized Iron Tanks Special General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System. .i iTravelers'

ter. If a crowbar is dropped on a Made to order,and a*cheap as the ordinary wooden ODM .OontraoU take. anywhere In the
ewhat exaggerated and eligbtlyprate ment, it will ring out) a certain for 11I1'OOtlnlf.Gnttortnu.eta. Please writ me for lrlom. I nwpeotfully "ollrt a por. -
i accounts of) Ir. Maro ni'l Vary the of metal your pa roDBjte. Mall Order given Prompt and Careful Attention, and Inqutiloa for -
amount in it, .answered '
iments in wireless telegraphy have yon change the note. : proll1pt1y.. J.W: : ] 7R, Hotol..r"'
{given to the public within the last When an induction coil 33.WestPalm. .. .

month* The more) authoritative enough to give a 6 inch spark is Beach FIn .... ',
ances of Mr. Preece, chief *leon with the transmitter, Marconi's Street Jacksonville I
Bay Fla. .rJ
British postal service, ;
of the wilVpiok up the waves at a i s
[show that the.young Italian's dia- four miles. But for greater This hotel Is now under new management and haa been thoroughly renovated ;ir
lies are not so important and origfas ) .. coil capable of giving a still I ] SEEKERS' throughout. s;
.. ... .. .
been supposed. The prao-
has is
k '
required. Thus far the
of Marconi' invention, Bus meets all Trains! and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms) and all '
[usefulness wireless system bas been used
be seen at present, will be Conveniences on every tloor. t:
as can cover intervals of eight miles. A
aratively limited. It is neverthe- of OPEN ALL THE YEAR. .
capable sending farther than
Who aio Seeking a Home in the "'
''L rue that he baa gone farther than would be very costly-far more so Rates:-:-Ameilcan 1'11\02 to $:J.50; European, 50o to $1. Special by the week. .

.,na else in solving the questionto eight or ten miles of wire. Hence Mrs. ,, Proprietress. '?
telegraph between two points coni's method is .,.. F1NLEY 't:
not to
likely dJ South should send to the undersigned ,
with wires, y
onnected for general service. It
an address delivered in London ,be best suited to secret sI

.Preeoe made it perfectly clear that in time of war, to fog signaling or for a of the. e== 'J l Sf .. ,
copy << !
find whioh Mr. Marconi e
of energy telegraphing to lightships or y gZ; tz
,; oys is the electro magnetic wave, lying several miles off: shore.- : :; I/1 I + e lm .r'i &! "
York Tribune. i Ii) 51
K East Coast Homeseeker. 1
b r, i .aj1t"ii-;
Burning Funutc* 0A -- l + '! 4i
/ .
----f lEIf ------ -- : western inventor has developed = .. 1 u \
arrangement whereby the act of We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobaooo'Growlulr, and for cI=: "osl g 1:& gi 'i 0 ."
ing the furnace door to fire puts and Summer Homes.,4 Climate the healthiest In the United States. / tl :I I.I :'

I C- I.J operation an arrangement for ,, 9x..:J o .."",
heated air into the furnace, and Apply to : "
.._- AWJMABCONI'S GI -.I;: *,
\ injection continues for a INGRAHAM Land Commissioner .' ( rt d' .
time, being shut off): automatically JAS. E. 'ra 1lu sJif
the attached mechanism at the end FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, I i '
period, the length of whioh is 1'i +. \\ i Si ;

mined by experiment, which will .! ST.,.AUGUSTINE, FLA. ,, #,. UJ 0 ,,,',
of the combustion of the volatile '\ I !:f'
stituents of the fuel. :1 tY. '

Serape of SelIa_. &: ,BRADLEY :.MUSIC COMPANY; rr'' irr' r 1\\ .{, 'i I '" :.s

D Citrio acid is stated to paralyse H8Iilt!

era germs when dissolved in (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) w t ,.' I. r."J 't I,
the extent of 4 parts Jn 10,000. 'S ( I : S'gjl
c_I =
The flesh of the fore quarters of Organs and Musical Merchandise: 0 f tIc
beaver has something of the ::> .t;!. lj il
TRANSMITTER beef while that of the hind quarters tx: := i :
I Jertzian wave, which is thrown off a fishy taste. OF A LIFE.TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We :i i

vise from a metallic! conductor purchased In January last the immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet ........ a f
There about 100 of
n i an electrio current in the latter is are grains and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out j1
opted with very great frequency. in the average human body, and stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full 00' !aU1jjjhl
new form of radiance has been diet important is this exceedingly of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Klngabury/ Pianos.
t red. Marconi's generator or trans- quantity that its diminution is have the following pianos, which are worth from #100 to $200:! more than we I
with very serious results. for them : ,
ter is really a piece of apparatus de- ( ,style K,wal.........................::11IO Halnee Bros., style.. 8,mah...,,.....,.,.,.....:roo i
I by Professor Bight and is only a Experiments show that a light K.eb..... .. ........... ..4. ass Schubert, 16..1.....,,....,.. era !
.fled form of Hertz's radiator. Two caddie power is plainly visible J.eb... ............. ..... :2IH) Malcolm Love, wal......,...........,. gno
II J,walMeb .:....................... wo Steinway eb........ :MaIM ........ t m1iJ11 "
i balls, A and B, are fitted tightlyi mile, and one of 8 candle power II ..... ................. 400 Kveratt eb.. .. .............
ends of cylinder containing miles. A 10 candle power light II K,wal. ...,5......:........... 823 Kingsbary, iityle B .b...n................. JMB i 4,1I
i a wad ...... .. y, 9Iiy ;!!
:22, 8 line (which is a good insulator). seen with. binocular at 4 mile., style t.. 22, mah.?.,....BW Knatw Oraml8tuyve ................... ? 2ae7wale :
ctly opposite and almost in contact 89 at fi miles, though faintly, and II 2707eb ani eb.......'...........ti,.. 178I :E i ip
II II ...... .... ..
1IlIO" wet, .... ,, 3<>0 I
h i each of these large spheres are two of 88 candles at the same distance liroi., II Sab.n., ... ... ........ soo New br&: Evans eb......................I 1211
II brass balls, and the latter are out difficulty. .. II 8,el>...................... 175 Jan.M.Star, eb.......................... 110 ln1fijU
II II 8,mab....................190 Morris, loo f
e i the terminals of the secondary clr- Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and ; k-, ;:
induction coil, O. A k !: } ,
; of a powerful Nails are now made by them to be I 5
in order and
thorough we guarantee satisfactory or momey re ::z:; '.
tage battery or other source of elec- ribbons or long slips.of iron or We furnish, a stool, scarf innstruotloh book and delivered f. o. b. Jack-
ity B, is placed in the primary Girt being fed to machines, which out ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us.
wbioh also contains an ordinary the nails complete at one stroke.To FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, -
use key, K. The turns of fine wire 24 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. :a:O'X'EI]:: :.. cONOII: : : : :: ..; fY fYMIAMI.

posing the secondary coil are sooh '
i more numerous than those of the Cure Constipation Porver. T-----;:-- FLORIDA. -
nary that the current induced in theer Take Cascarets CanJv Cathartic. lOo -------sOTEJ-LS---------: :
If c.O.O.fall to cure,druggists refund Perfectly new hotel With all modern Improvements. Located pn park one
has a very high voltage) or air pene- "Si'C -........,... .-._. ..-.------- block from Hotel RoyaLPalm; commanding; splendid view of Biscayne Bay. hate.. .
fting power. It would leap an gap $2 per day and upward. Special rates by week or month.
at least sir inches. So long as the Remember the ADVOCATE, .

is open nothing: happens, but when ville, does all kinds of job printing. Fischer' Cottage.
Is closed and the primary circuit is us a share of your work.] ,
plete the secondary begins sparking OCEAN BEACH: :BOUSB.:
th amazing rapidity, and a set of : : JStroot, Tltta.s-rlllo: : 3710 .., R .k

tro> magnetic waves, about 250,000- WANTED-FAITHFUL :MEN Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drink. ON TilE AMERICAN f' 't"
)per second, are thrown out sidewise water. K'-ixWixi..rSSSi'*"" 1
km an imaginary line connecting the established house in Florida. Rates: f 2.00 per day; special rates by the week or month. Opposite Daytona, near the City'; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Summer +

tens of the big spheres, let us say at ent.$780 and Reference.expenses.Enclose Position. CHR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor Rates .7 and 98 per week. Special rates. to fatuities. House open all the year. r

The zigzag line which Mr. Preeoe stamped envelope. The National, .Address :MRS. II. C. BERRY/:Sea Breeze, !la. '
-- -- --- .
drawn oq the underside of the Insurance BIdg., Chicago. -- ----- -- '-- --- y .
inder is not Intended to represent. ARTHUR T. FEASTER. f

e, but the series of Invisible electro Or ed
RIVER DOTES The Hotel -Plaoide rr
bgnetio waves. WEAK MEN MADE ,., 1894
Che most original part of Mr. Mar- .
nl's apparatus is hi. receiver, or re- JACKSONVILLE:, FLOIUDA.

While it works on the same princii I f11"00W' TITUSVILLE, In the center of the city, on Main Street; the. dividing. line between east.p and west I
i Herta'a resonator it introduces a Indian River. one block from Bay. Everything entirely ne.... Elegantly furnished throughout.
feature, It; is something more than Superior Qulsine and Service. Bus meets all'trains, Terms $::1./10/ per day and
ere ring, carefully "tuned" to rend a "DRIeTMDaY. D upwards. Special rates by the week. N, L. WARD,.Proprietor,'
to vibrations of a certain fre- I ...
whet PEFF IR'S: aNERVJGOR! !! ;
enoJ' In a sealed glass tube an inch ARTHUR T. 7EASTER.MANAOEB.. t
Id a half Ions and others fall. Young men "repsp Y '
; perhaps quarter a
I an inch in .diameter be inserts two m.al'8. Is.e l.re1.I.1.btll: .1..1.u_,Last *-J.'
[lindrloal bite of silver, separated at .u....__. V.11Lr.ear.7: __u..
.. .. _
'ir .aad iIll 'od 0 M1.- All .
bases by halt millimeter, orat Open The Year.
a endpcntloa. Ward.O '
:M..a::: ;; :: :
one-fiftieth of an inch. The outer I Don't b_.let.d,. t tat'.lcl.Impoe.awo.t.rprodsr .' OPEN ALL TilE YEAR
d. of the silver "pole pieoe."are conted rile lIt:CEPE: ::aff' R. ur"lar In.I.Aoo : '
with.wiresthat pierce the glass 1 CGei Ct.....JtoS.oi'A--'or ell,,;wlttR A P Only a few minutes' WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. f

e i tube is,made airtight, and a.high wrltt.. a.Dara.tares.tSooa.brv.Ar.mrM i.fl..d walk from Railway stations This ho'tell. substantially built of brick, andZhas, every convenience. Close to I
raCuxie :. a
aunt is created within it. But be- sjnca.L .' ni, if ii ni and. Steamboat land the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. % Boats attached to the hotel ,
i these last two steps are taken the Sold by J. B. Screven, only. Ings. with fishing tackle on board lot the use of guests.:,Rates, from $3.00 per day anaupwards :'
ace> between the butt ends of the silpieoes On the banks of the : ;.speclsl rates by the week or month. *(

Is filled with a mixture ofhs far-famed Indian River. ,, GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor r
nickel and silver filings, to which
I trace of mercury has been added. '

l Now, If a "local" battery B. snob HOTEL ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA e '
is used in every country telegraph ALGONQUIN :.
be connected with the apparatus, Seaside I Inn .

d I an attempt be made to send a our- M. W. BATMAN, Proprietor. y Open for Summer Season of 1807 June 22nd. Floe Surf Bathing;, Fishing and fir
ut through the latter there will be -
i luooess unless the tube should be AT SEABREEZE, FLA.
sidewise to the electro magpie 1 New rornltur sad .'sto,.. tfaroagbooi. UARRYIL. BEEMAN Manager.
The best of Surf B
waves sent off by Mr. Marconi's A raw Electric bells In ntrj room. Treating UM Old Now open for the Summer Season .
osmitter. Except At snob times theiDp BUIUHXG, log, Good Fishing, Bla. Market and riaia Overlooking the Bay,
beautiful wide
act like an 1 ulIttor.The tiny CoiiroRTABLT beach for, Driving, ; with DM ocean ..tow, All wbll help. Rata .

tioles lie in disorder, or "biggledyggledy J'UBlf18UJD.: Bicycling. ".GO per day: and upward. .Bp elil-weakly rata,

," M Mr./ Freeoe _,.. Bat Bampto A room. jf. STANTON HOUSE..
ben they come within the influence ofKUKxnn's Rates, $2.00 per day.
by the Week. -
Colonna Le. O. J. JONES, Proprietor. ''

On the Peninsular opposite DAYTONA. I Rates $2,00per day.; Special' Terns'to .J

The Swannanoa.../ Large, airy and well-furnished rooms, with all Modern Conveniences, electric Families. F'
bells etc. *
ASHEVILLE, N.. C.' Plenty of shade'outslde hotel makes It a delightful. place for children. -

--7 Dancloptwlcea weekln). Casino. ,t Two Minutes" Walk -from. Central., tiM

B1'' THOUGH modest and REDUCED RATES for Summer season, J7J>0 per week and upward En- Depot? ,.
there Is no better conducted hotel your rooms at once. "
Ashevllle.\ The popularity of The CHATTANOOGA, TENN. '
HACK from Daytona depot. Address:
nanoa Is due to Its unique location ..
ucxrvxB.HertzUn home-like atmosphere, the .,. SYDNEY HAIOU, Prop., -
waves they are "polar1 its cuisine, and lu very moderate Seabreese Tla.' Nice familyhome; Pleasant location!' 1
each or arranged In order. They stick ti50: per day. Liberal weekly rates. M PierceHotel l ou.. and furnishings new; Modern coo.realeoceaoea. .
other, form a chain, and oon-
R. R. RAWLP, .' No better ashing and b.nt- +
net ,
the San nt. CkxMeqnenOy if HI lag In the Stat. J. A I.'J{. TYZJOt

telegraphid the local ofty!'wand IIt 1S r.will" 8,be Isin Central, on ASBZYII.U street: ear line., N. C. APYftCjtfE) does, 1-' .1. ,job, pii itiDg. ON INDIAN. "' 'BIVXR. : .,.,Near,InUt.. "orjr Formerly' '.*c,.of il New*. Havtn- ',PiopHetjrs.ConsUj* :) 'I ?

,. fro

r f

,. "
,- ll

,L 1 ;. x .x
.wry ,,. I7e *. f '
'' 7r Y. s'I4 l"l" % 'w% ": t l"5

\ ..., ,. ,t,. .
., A .
t "
\\ .
I '"
R w 4 '
I 1

' + L' eYii i";:\: ; ,}\ : -

(,I x.ift.. 114 4t \ ''I,' \
,:' .

; ;ii.I '!;1 1, f:: ::', It( a \I< INDIAN RITEB: ADVOO1TJ6, SEPTEMBER U, 1897. .


AT EDEN. West Railway... .
k4 i 1' u 4t Florida
.. n
'A rate of one and one-fourth (lU)fare ...La rS. .
Crockery 01** and
;I t (Special? Correspondence.) to respective places of meeting and re- Western Meats of All Kinds, ,1: Tinware.

LINWOOD HALL, Fla., Sept. 22, '07. turn Is hereby authorized for the following WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND .our patronage .
t > ; Ln, 1 t 1i't The successful and profitable cultureof convention by the ,above company: ., TITUSVILLE, FLORIDkII.. ,
Jerusalem Baptist Association Gaines- UNITED STATES COURTS..
h the luscious pineapple In this sectionis ville; FlaT Sept. 20,. 1807. Tickets sold '
fixed fact. Let those who doubt this
a Sept:.28th.. and 20th, limited to October -
statement' make a personal Inspection and as '5th, 18j>7, for 'return.. Iron-clad signature ; ABSTRACTS of Title Famished E.: ''L :: RAI Y 4 : 3Rp
i 1 ; ; 1 your oot'respondenfhas done, they forms to be. used from .competitive ,
wll) be convinced. Along Eden ridge, joints.. Groceries Grain. Garden Seed Fertilizers &
extending for nearly four miles south of' for Lands In Brevard'and Dade Hay, Staple Fancy Groceries, hAnd

r, Ankona, the plantations adjoin each Food Products of all kinds. Grain; Hay Bran, Cotton Seed
Ah' -AT--- other, making one vast field of vigorous Take Note of This. Counties ,,, Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing Meal'
: exclu
plants! with only wide paths dividing comfortable :-:- the above line of goods., We Invite jour)[ correspondence and solicit 2L:!

I ,Ti1 \\l r Bock-Bottom Prices. These lines between fields are the mainly situate brtiee along. ; on For the sale Halifax a River, at home Port, situated Orange; We have a large, List Very,truly, E. L.< BRADY & BRO., Titusvillq'II3.E your ,

the top and on the gentle.)slopes of the i large and nicely laid out grounds; five I
' p ; ridge. On the east plops. is the ever- miles south of Daytona. House Is large of Lands owned by .
4 t* Strictiy For Cash. beautiful Indian River, and on the west and completely furnished, with three : : : XN'"S't.J"R..A.N"OE.: ..
the F. E.. C. R',., and beyond that a acres of land surrounding it, planted Ina ourselves and clients. ,
',; '..GRUBER & GRIGGS.. broad savannah. Most of the plantations variety of fruit trees orange, grape, I I'rotaot Your Prope
%' have river and railroad frontage. etc. Fine locality for fishing and hunt- Price for unimproved BY INSURING IN The "Old Hartford," Flreman'llI'uDd, Providence
+ 'Ti'tusville. Fla. The packing houses are all situated wj
lag/ : For further particulars address ington, or Sun Mutual Insurance Company. All well known aa the strong

tions along;the are railroad well built fronts, and provide lanta-with MRS. VCILLAVMS Daytona; Fla. lands $3 to $100 1 safest companies in America. GEO. B. RUMPH, Jn., tw*

every convenience to facilitate the packing Agent for East Count.

..t t Palmetto Drug Store and shipping of the fruit.* ?. per. acre. THusvIlle, FloridLG..C.A.RYE
? .
The main crop for this season has been -:---
R: w Ur marketed but fruit ls continually Call at YOUNGS' '
I as some WE have a few'Residence, Orange
? Ip t K. flV TON, Prop., No.3 Atlantic Bloek, maturing, some shipments will be

DAYTONA, FLORIDA. made daily until the regular season 'arrives. TONSORIAL PARLORS Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable WES, ,
The shipments at this time from
the various plantations'aggregate several ARTISTIC HAIR CUT NEAT, locations. Prices Reasonable._ &
DRUGS Medicines Chemicals For( an or FIRE LIFE INSURANCE
Hundred crates per day, and will SHAVE. Ladies Hair Dressing -. continue to do so.- The prices now obtained '
( d? I :c :Fine Toilet Soaps! Brushes, .Combs, are much in excess of those paid a Specialty.* Fla. OFFICES : \ WEST PALM BEACH, Representing the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company, and
Hutohinson Ave. *
h, Etc. Perfumery and Fancy Toilet ; during the period of regular shipments, and MIAMI. Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York.
and the growers are correspondingly
"., : Articles in' Great Variety.Physicians' well pleased; though with few exceptions Your .Business Solicited. <

f all are well satisfied with their returns .WILL E. KNOX... TITUSVILLE
sj : Proscription Accurately FLORID
for the spring and early summer Titusville Jarber Shop .
') f 4 Compounded. fruit. So well are the growers satisfied
,!. h hlx with this season's. results .that the. acreage .
or nearlY an is Doing increased andwill DECANTER.
\" be as follows: W. H. Harris, .buckeye Soda Water ,Drinks Call at the above place and get your

plantation, 10 acres; E. E. Peabody, '
Ketso plantation, 10 acres; M. Tlbballs, ALt Hair Cat Share Shampoo i =
.<*>; 0p' KINDS. I.os1eyi t.enaker
Beulah plantation, 60 acres; J. T. Wa- I ;
4 fers, Lula plantatlonl 12 acres; Col. Has or Tonsorial work of all kinds done by ,
Ice Cream Etc.
/ Milk Shakes
lopp, Bntatlon, 7 acres; "
Capt. Andrews, Sun plantatlonl 0 acres; H. s. MEADOR Prop., Foreign and Domestic' Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and

( .. N. Saunders, .10, ; W. G. By Pure distilled water- used in our Washington ave., Tltuavllle, Fla. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout, ---=----
Winans, Linwood plantation. 20 acres; fountain.
i l ,. Harry Richards, Clearvlew plantation, A First-class Line of Cigars. ..* Billiard and Pool Tabl

,cr 40 acres; Will Richards, Pine Lodge (In Chaffee, ,&. Co'a. drug store). Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given! to n
r t'' f" plantation, 60 acres; John Miller, Miller TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ordors. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RKNAKBll,Tltusvllle,
plantation, 30 acres; A.A. Cox, .Cllffdale Globe Gas Engines
plantation, 10 acres; n. L. Philips, ,
Philips plantation, 6 acres; Capt. C. A. '

Robinson, Alavista plantation, 80 acres; East' Coast Meat Market and Marine. :L. R. EECEERS.:7 ... ..
i" v, Capt. T. E. Richards, Eden plantation, Stationary
100 acres; T. J. Hemphlll 8 acres; F. B. -]: :: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[-'
Richards, IS acres; G. L. Lucas, Ruxton J. T. HINTON,, ,Manager.
plantation, CO acres; E. J. Shattuok, 6 c' : .The Safe, Reliable and Economical
', : I /. PINEAPPLE I PLANTS. acres; D. Merwln, IS acres; 'J. H. Le- c of CYPRESS .AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
a Tournau, 40 acres; Mrs..Turner, 20 acres. s: /: Power for Business andPleasure ,
w :
These names embrace the principal
""c of this immediate section and : : Boats,
Fancy Pineapple Slips &; Sucker growers ; ,- :areletsted aid B.o'U.gh.
f at a'safe estimate, the acreage above s:=oa
y, '' for Sale. given will yield a sum total to them of a Auxilliary Power and Also Mouldings and Turned Work Lime Cm
*lti j '- over $185,000, figuring at the rate of -- A. ; Brick, !
Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden] $300 per acre Some realized as muchas Use. *
Queen, Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and ., $4X( ) per acre this year, and the bearIng Stationary and Crates of All Descrfptions.Tituf3'rii1 .
,. Jted Spanish.,Apply to'' capacity of the plants will be greatly Florid
U2 For Catalogues and prices, : : o> .
; Increased by next year. Mr. Will = -
i I it \ Beach Pinery," Richards shipped over 7,000 orates, Address
West Palm Beach, Fla. which netted him considerably over ; BENJ. W. JEROME, '
JAMBS PBITCHABD President W. M. BBOWJT Vice-President
Rockledge Fla. ; : '
and CoL Winans realized ,
$7,000; over Titusville .Florida. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier '
,C A Cut to the Cutters. $400 per acre on what he shipped, and
this from two-year-old plants. For Sale.
,,1-' Among the many beautiful plantationsand FAITHFUL'' :MEN OR Power house-boat, Buckeye, 06-ft tong INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN
First-class! ] hmegrown Smooth 'Cayenne homes, that of 001. Winans' Is a WANTED to travel for'' responsible 22-ft beam; two decks; veil found, andIn
Suckers, freight paid, at $130 per model; the pineapple plants are uniform established house la Florida. Salary A No. 1 condition; bottom coppered.For .
thousand. In size, large and vigorous, and set out $780 and .' Position perman price, address,
expenses (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
CIMBLES C. CONVERSE in his fertilefield. with the I regularityand ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed B.:NJ. WV JEROME,
Bahla JTla.! precislod of the lIon res on a ahem stamped envelope. The National, Star Rockledge( Fla. _,,.. Authorized capital, $100X(
board.: -,1118, residence: Linwood Hall l;Is
Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Paid up capital? $26CX,
Ideal .
an Florida home, and his hospitality .
Choice Pineapple Plants. -as experienced by :sour correspondent I. __ Average deposits, $160
-Is unbounded. All the details connected JOSEPH ZAPF.... '""" -
y -
i + Smooth Cayenne, Knvll City, Abbaka, with successful pineapple grow- BOOKKEEPING VlIOLESALB Transacts a General Ball
w .. 'and Red without the DEALER
Spanish, grown cover ing, as explained by leading representative
i, and from ;young plants. Guarantee planters, will be submitted to thoroughly for $ Anheuser-Busch Ass'nFamons Business
't', first-claim. Apply or address, ADVOCATE: readers In next week's by taught A rallanllOR'1Boolleeplng 1 Brewing I
C. A. ROBINSON, issue. J. G. B.
Eden;,Indian River! ,Flo. Chart St. Louis Lager Beer. J Largest and Oldest Bank on tie II
1 ,
No teacher required. ,
., Death of Prominent Booklet giving full\ Sold by Losley & Renaker, Titusville.' Exchange sold on all Foreign CounW
h Fancy Pineapple Plants.. a Key parUVuJ ,,ft'ee. Addm e,,.....M...br...._, Manufacturer' of Soda and Mineral
Wester. Ciaidts, N. J. Principal and rounder Abra- Waters. Wholesale Liquor Dealer. DIRECTORS:

Hardy, vigorous;;: grown without Shelter '- hanuon Bualnei College.: Brtabltahed rasa SANFORD>, FLORIDA of, J.6..PJuTJU.6.BD.the National W.B.BABItBTT\PnI: \/ )!;

smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbakaand It is always the unexpected that happens DD'sal tVIPrfJ.ldent Natieeal BielJaekw.rtlle
.L Jamaica RIpley plants for sale says' the Key West Advertiser, and : i ),-And- -W. M. Saner ,",
>,!ft E. C. B. TYNDALL, this was the case Tuesday the 14th Inst., w D I-i-1" COBBBSPONDKNTB.SMbord .
t Waveland, Fla. the t National Bank of New rodNatteaalBankofJacksonrille.
i 'R' just before boon, when deeplyaorrowful d a
announcement, "Mr. Phllbrick

: ''Porto Rico Slips, Is dead!" astounded the* hundreds of 4 *:1"I".rUSVILLE: FLAIIVVEN'rc -. \\1
hearers who within the bour previous .

Grown under cover. Apply] for prices greeted him apparently In perfect health ,. .
to the Delaney Porto Rico Pineapple -but, alas, too true, John Jay Phllbrick: ,;i. "
Plantation, Mlooo, Fla. had died in his office, whither; "T'}*," ,, "" >::R.Y S.mI r-----
crowds of people- wended their way, :;: '.
there to behold the lifeless form of one G. F. PADDISON, Eau Gallie, Florid

Pineapple Slips for Sale. of Key West's greatest benefactors, and Best line in the State. .
I 5 to realize the solemn truth: "In the A B I CYCLES. In order to reduce my stock for yearly Inventory; October lat, I am offering i
midst of life in death." .
i Red Spanish, Queen's. Porto Rloo'I'aod we are _
.r p Abakka's, from well-cultivated and At the time of the attack he was con- ...-" ENTIRE STOCK OF Hardware Stoves Tinware etc,
versing with Wm. R. Kerr, architect and *
\ this well-fertlllced Address plants., Growers know i' contractor; he was seized with a choking "..................................' ,
d pays. JOHN TAYLOR, 'I sensation and expired before medicalaid LUTnr, $150.00. At reduced prfces. Mason's Fruit Jars, pints, GOcts; quarts, Oocfe;; ; half-fall*
O. K. WooD, Agent Stuart, Fla. could reach htm. "Colonel" Phil- $1.00 per dozen. One-third pint :Jelly glasses, 35ots dozen, 3 dozen for$1. .,
brick as he was generally called, was FOWLER, $100,$75.00. Eight-os. Duck, best quality 110;yard by the bolt; 2-burner Blue Flans**"
I' born in Keane, N. H., March 0tb. 1840; Stoves, 6.00; 3-burner Blue Flame Oil Stoves, with oven, $15.00. Write ton
Smooth Cayenne Pineapple and came to this city In 181):!. CLEVELAND: $100, $35.00. on Graniteware, Tinware, Wood Stoves, rope, boat goods, etc.
The remains In state at Hotel .
lay ,:
$ Suckers for Sale. "
West while at half-mast allover
Sags were
,- the Island the street cars WESTMELD$75.00, $00.00.. n
I have 29,000 to 60,000 Smooth Cayenne ; being -- FOR: SALE. HomeGroWy
? pineapple suckers for sale; all deceased draped in president mourning of the in respect to the At ,. ,; i,. .._
company. '"
homegrown, and strictly first class 4:15: Thursday afternoon thfuneral cortege : I
Cheaper than any'other reliable firm MANfER :PINEAPPLE? AND SUCKERS
wlll.ell. proceeded to the First Congregational :.:' :r/ 8. F. Jr., : ,
WRIOIIrrOrlando church. The service at the church, '
011:0.: n. conducted by Rev. C. W. Frazer, being Of the following Varieties :
Fie. Florida.
ended, the mournful cortege proceededto <. ?.:]tt$ Abbaka S
Porto Rico Ripley Queen,
1 Egyptian Queen -Golden Queen
where the ,
the cemetery after last religious VST" With Freyer & Bradley] Music\ Co. 1
.. I. rites, all that was mortal was ]laid ",. ., Cayenne Pernamboco and Red Spanish I
Take a Trip on'Iiidlan Illver. to rest of one whose vacant place both ,', .. r t'
,- In the social and busfuess world will "... Apply to G: c.. MATTHAMS. Florida Pineapple Barg!Cw:
The steamer St. Auguttlne of the Indian hardly ever be fllled-John Jay Phllbrick.Teachers : / West palm ,
River and Bay Blsoayne inland Navigation "a _0//(,
t Co. Steamboat Line, will leave 4

b Tltusvllle 5 p.. m. every'and returning'' Monday, arrive and Thursdayat at Tltusvllle Institute. United. & Net G Co
and States Twine :
Thursday Saturday, connecting Among the teachers who have been ,
with the Jacksonville, Tampa A Key
attending the Institute, held at the
Vest trains In both dlrectlona.For r
school house In Tltusvllle, this week, a .
i are the following: Mr.*. C. T. McCarty, 23 Fulton St., New York, N. Y.

Sale. of A.Ankona W. Sweet; Mrs., Mrs.Eunice Lillian Sohofield Britton, ,Mrs the Hardware Tinware Glassware Headquarters. for All Kinds of .

Eighty: acres of good land, located about Misses Susie F. Brown, Robin Rents, .
t +M' four tolles east of Tltusville, on the east Kitty Martin,Sue Hopkins, Annie Taylor, "
w., shore of Indian River >comprising ten Vlrgle Wlgfleld, A. E. Sams, D. Marie -- FISH NETS and all.
acres of fine hammock, suitable for Hassler Alice Browning, C. R. Same, .
d .range and vegetable growing, and fifty Leila >IS.> Anthony, Willie M. Otwell, Woodeniare Stoves and :Novelties Knives ,
i acre of rich muck land, adapted,to the Lucy P. Moore, Clara Sogaard ,
I: ; IL y I cultivation of sugar cane or vegetables. Mary A. Burtus, Susan Proctor, FIXIIG
There are one hundred budded orange Nettle Jones, Ida R. Bates, Poiey Tay Forks, Spoons, Etc..... .NET
r ferae on the place and three or four hundred lor' and Lucy Leathermanj!! also Messrs.Geo .
banana plants also a small dwelling W. Eatherly J. W. and
; Hodge
sale the When In"Jacksonville do not fall to give us a call, a* we keep one of the biggest BRA-'iD"
house. low Benson 8. SnelL
For at figure of 000. 1'00Supt. All our Cotton Gill Nets ads made of the Celebrated "EAGLE
This offer Is only good for 1K> days. Address Jnow H. Sams was also present, lines of the above good In the city. fine, Long Staple Cotton Twine-our own brand, not sold elsewoen.
KixnrDntB:, giving the teachers the benefit of his RENEKE LINEN GILL NETS of obtainable. .
j' care ADVOCATE wide and practical experience In school F. ..A. (Successor J. L. Pltzer.) Extra quality steam tarred; the Cotton best thread Wnea. Patent Stre telatd
TltusvUle Fla. work. &U Everett Block; JACKSONVILLE ; for prfcep.r -...
'i i FLA. tarred Manila Rope. Oiled Clothing', oars, etc., etc. Write

'tjI .

ay I,.. ...

.' ''.


c: xxYh.